An executive desk is usually larger than the typical workspace. Other desks in the office are probably around six feet wide and 30 inches deep. The desktop of an executive can be anywhere from eight to ten and half feet wide and at least 40 inches deep. The size of the desk implies the importance of the individual who sits behind it. A large space separating an executive from his visitors gives him a physical advantage that he can use in negotiations. In addition to the presence that a larger piece of furniture brings, the larger desktop is advantageous to the executive who has a sizeable workload. A large desk will give him room to spread out all of the necessary reports or information he might need to have at his fingertips. An average size desk that other employees use might be limiting to an executive who oversees many departments and has to see the big picture every day. I would recommend that you chose a desk as large as can comfortably fit in your office.
Workstations for people with disabilities remain a matter of great concern today. Therefore, manufacturers` are creating furniture which are easy to adjust to meet the special needs of employees with specific limitations. Some examples of this category are the single level and multilevel computer workstations with adjustable height.
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