Do your new years' resolutions involve leveling up your work life? Pro-working may just be the solution you need to have the best professional year yet. From upgrades to the physical space to a plethora of amenities, read below to see why you need to try this new take on coworking in the new year.
Maintaining wellness resolutions can be challenging, especially with busy work schedules. It seems like we are constantly striving to make time for workouts, eat better, and get eight hours of sleep. Aiming to live a healthier life doesn’t only have to happen outside of the 9-5. Your workday can become the foundation for your healthiest year yet! With the right tools and mindset, time at the office can help you achieve those wellness goals for good.
The new decade marks a pivotal shift in workspace solutions and culture. 2020 will build on budding trends that we've seen over the past ten years, such as the rise of coworking and collaborative spaces, and an increasingly more flexible workforce. With new industries growing, digital natives entering the workforce, and a decline in traditional workplace culture and schedules, this year will leave its mark on U.S. workspaces. We've rounded up the top five trends to look out for at work in 2020!
It’s the last day of 2019, and likely you’ve already begun to think of change you want to make in the new year. Besides receiving a promotion or salary increase, making workplace resolutions is a helpful practice in professional development, and generally feeling happier at the office. Here are five though-starter resolutions for making your 2020 at the office the best year yet!
The week between Christmas and New Years poses a challenge to companies, and especially small business owners, everywhere: how can I leave work for a week and keep the business going? Whether you’re working remote or on vacation, many people elect to stay out of the office during the last week of the year. The most wonderful time of the year can quickly turn into the most stressful time if you have to worry about keeping your workspace in order.
With a week left until the holidays, there is still time to celebrate the season at work! Even though shared workspaces have their events, kick the festivities up a notch with these five easy ways to make the most of the holidays at work. Requiring little prep but packing a big punch, we have you covered- whether you want to engage within your own company, bond with fellow remote workers, or celebrate with your workspace neighbor!
As the holidays get closer, people become more checked out at work. While the season is full of fun, it’s still important to end the year on a strong note at work. Finding this often elusive balance of work and play at the office will make for a happy environment as the year comes to a close. To finish out the year and eliminate stress during days off, we've rounded up four tips that will help everyone stay engaged at the office throughout the next few weeks.
For many people one thing weighs heavily on their mind during the holidays: vacation time. December will likely be the most popular month of the year for paid time off (PTO) requests. The average American has 10 days of PTO per year, along with 10 federal holidays. The end of the year not only brings up issues on how to handle PTO, but also how to plan for the next year, what days are rolling over, and if any time needs to be used up. This week, we’re breaking down how to navigate vacation time so you can enjoy the season!
Whether you’re going back to work on Black Friday or enjoying a long weekend, the Thanksgiving holiday marks an important time to express gratitude, relax, and prepare for the rest of 2019. Read below for five tips on navigating the Thanksgiving season as a working professional!
It’s the season for expressing gratitude and giving thanks. Not just for family and friends, but your business, coworkers, boss, and even your workspace too. Gratitude is all about small gestures. It doesn’t take a lot of work to make an impact. Before you head out of the office for turkey day, take the time to express your gratitude at work.