This Thursday, AdvantEdge Workspaces is launching our first pro-working lounge! Before you join us for a “taste of Chevy Chase” and a tour of the new space, learn more about the new workspace solution we are bringing to Northwest D.C.
1. Drink lots of water.
Engagement at work isn’t just about staying motivated. It’s about reassessing your place in both your job and career. Often, this lack of motivation stems from not getting what you want out of your workday. Summer is also often a slower season for many businesses, which only increases how difficult it is to be engaged. As we head into fall, here are three tips for jump-starting your office life and reigniting your purpose at work.
“Moving is stress-free,” said no one ever… right? Well, not anymore. Gone are the days of endless paperwork, hours on the phone setting up a new space, and spending precious free time lugging furniture around.
AdvantEdge Workspaces has been providing professional facilities with attentive and efficient service to the DC business community for over 30 years, so we appreciate the importance of consistency. The basis of a strong relationship with any client is trust, and that trust can only be established by following through time and time again with the promise of great service.
Traveling for work can be both a blessing and a curse. On one side, you get to (hopefully) explore a new city, stay in a nice hotel, and have some great business dinners. But on the other hand, traveling majorly disrupts your routine and removes you from your familiar office. It can be hard to stay on track in a hotel lobby or at a nearby coffee shop. If you’re used to a private space with the typical office amenities, having to battle high schoolers getting frappuccinos after class is just one of the many obstacles you’ll face. Let’s get back on track and stay productive while working remotely with these four tips.
The way we work is rapidly changing. Not too long ago, the options were a cubicle or… a different cubicle. With the internet changing the way business is conducted, where we work is also shifting. Our office environment is tied to our productivity and happiness, and people are taking note. Instead of working from home, in a noisy coffee shop, or in a sea of identical cubicles, switch it up with a new type of workplace. Shared workspaces and coworking are two terms we hear a lot. Both offer amenities, community, and a fresh perspective on the traditional office. But what makes them different? Let’s find out which workspace is the perfect fit for you.