Place where an organization’s employees work; it can house administrative, management or production staff, depending on the company.
Space designated for storing clothes, hats, umbrellas and so forth.
chief executive officer’s office
The chief executive officer (CEO) is responsible for the daily management of the organization in accordance with the guidelines set out by the board of directors.
Person who assists the president with administrative tasks such as correspondence, phone calls and appointments.
Space for visitors to wait for individuals with whom they will be meeting.
Lightweight divider that usually has feet and is used to section off various work spaces.
Space equipped for one or more employees to perform a set of designated tasks.
Room used for work-related meetings between employees or with visitors.
Staff member assigned to welcome visitors.
The president presides over the board of directors, which sets the overall direction of the organization.
Person who assists the chief executive officer with administrative tasks such as correspondence, phone calls and appointments.
Room where documents are stored for possible use.
Person responsible for providing material and services required to use computer programs and services.
Person responsible for planning and managing the production of goods and services within a company.
Staff responsible for keeping the account books in which an organization’s financial data are recorded.
Room housing document reproduction equipment (usually photocopiers).
mail processing room
Room for sorting incoming and outgoing mail.
Place where items are stored.
Room where employees eat their meals.
Section of the cafeteria that is equipped for meal preparation; it usually contains a refrigerator, a microwave oven and a coffee maker.
Room equipped with toilets, usually urinal, and sinks for the use of men.
Room equipped with toilets and sinks for the use of women.
fire escape stairs
Stairs intended as an escape route for employees during an emergency.
Large room that provides access to other offices.
Mechanical apparatus with a car that provides automated movement of people between the levels of a building.