This year, the holiday season looks different in almost every way. At the office, December is typically a cheery month, filled with various festivities. So much of what we love about this time of year is how it brings us all together. In a time where we have to stay apart, there are still ways to celebrate your team and wrap up the year by getting creative with solutions to having a virtual office holiday party.
If you’ve been looking for a sign to take the business idea in your head to the next level, this blog is it! December is National Write a Business Plan Month and is the perfect time to put your thoughts to paper and take the first step in launching your idea. We’re breaking down the must-have elements so that you can craft a successful business plan.
Don’t let a busy schedule get in the way of your personal health! Self-care can consist of doing little things throughout the day to keep yourself sane, focused and happy. Find free moments throughout the day between meetings or emails to silence your email and do something for yourself. Taking care of yourself is crucial to a being productive and happy at work, so try these easy tips to practice self-care:
Like many aspects of our nation’s capital, a professional office space can be expensive, inconvenient or inflexible. AdvantEdge's Washington DC office centers are an ideal solution to this frustrating problem- offering executive offices for firms large and small seeking affordable and conveniently located representation in Washington, DC. For attorneys seeking to work from home without missing a beat, our Virtual Office service provides the ideal professional infrastructure!
A serviced workspace can help you through the busy holiday season. Between end of the year business and tying up loose ends before time off, you could use all the assistance possible! In a serviced workspace, the holidays can be an enjoyable time where you can truly unwind, instead of worrying if your office needs are taken care of. Here’s how your workspace can help make December the most wonderful time of year, even at work:
Whether it’s answering your own calls or scribbling your phone number on a cocktail napkin instead of being ready with a business card, professionalism can be a looming hurdle between new businesses and future growth. Acquiring virtual office space offers an inexpensive solution to such obstacles by providing professional services to emerging organizations. With a professional infrastructure and organizational assistance, virtualization can revolutionize the way your small business or startup. Here are 5 reasons you will be glad your business went virtual!
Over the past year, we've seen a major increase in the number of professionals working from home worldwide. This transition has presented its challenges, but also shown us new ways we can be productive in our work and collaborate effectively with others. As we continue to redefine the future of the workspace, business owners may see benefit from continuing to have their employees work remotely or semi-remotely. There are some challenges to managing a remote team, but with communication and structure your team can be more productive than ever!
“Holiday season” at work typically means decorations in the lobby, office parties, too many holiday cookies and several gift baskets from clients and colleagues. But this is also the season when we reflect on all we can be grateful for and take the opportunity to give what we can to those in need in our communities.
Today is #GivingTuesday, a day that originated as a response to the personal spending that occurs on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The idea of the day is to give money, time, or goods to organizations in need after you finish your holiday shopping frenzy. #GivingTuesday has grown in the era of social media and is often stylized with the hashtag because people share their activities across different platforms. Whether today or anytime throughout this season, take time as a workspace to give back to the community! We have five easy ways you and your coworkers can participate in #GivingTuesday.