From the office environment to incorporating technology, the workspace is constantly changing. There are many workplace trends to look forward to in 2019. We’ve gathered some that we are most excited about. Be on the lookout for these three trends that you'll want to incorporate into your office this year!
Now more than ever people are environmentally conscious. This plays a key factor in many people’s spending habits, food purchases, homes, lifestyles, and now, the workplace. The phrase “going green” usually brings up images of recycling, waste-free practices, and driving hybrids. However, most adults do not realize that their workspace has a huge impact on the environment. Just like bringing reusable bags to the grocery store, partaking in a shared workspace environment helps reduce waste and create a more sustainable planet. Here are some reasons why switching to a shared workspace will help the planet!
Day in and day out, many people dread their commutes. From sitting in gridlock traffic to crowded metro cars, getting to work is often one's least favorite part of the day- and sometimes the most frustrating. Biking to work is an overlooked solution to an annoying commute. It can be daunting at first, but once you have a route, gear, and a plan you’ll be surprised by how much this one change can transform your work days. Bike to Work Day is May 18th, so it’s a perfect chance put down your keys or metro card and try something new! This day isn't just about taking your bike to work- it's a celebration! Check out local events to see how you can get involved (there may even be free food and t-shirts along the way). Still not convinced? Here are three reasons why you need to consider participating in this year’s Bike to Work Day.
When it comes to choosing a space perfect for your company’s immediate and future needs, a shared office space is an optimal choice. Not only are serviced workspaces convenient for small companies and help entrepreneurs build relationships with a variety of other businesses, but shared offices also offer ecofriendly environments and amenities that reduce your carbon footprint.
With another Earth Day behind us let's keep our planet-saving initiatives moving forward. Washington DC has more conservation efforts than ever and we are happy to do our part working with our buildings to reduce our carbon footprint in the community. Looking for more ways to reduce yours? In the spirit of Earth Day here are some small steps we can all take in our own offices to help ease our impact on the environment.
Sustainability and environmental responsibility are goals that should be universally shared by individuals and businesses alike. As a company, AdvantEdge has created opportunities for our clients to reduce their workplace carbon footprint. From recycling programs at each center to LEED certified locations and Energy Star ratings, we strive to foster a business environment that looks to take care of our natural environment. How can we go beyond basic steps to consciously reduce our environmental impact? Click the link below to find out how you can go green with AdvantEdge and follow these innovative methods to create a more eco-friendly office community:
Author: Gabrielle JonesOne of the easiest ways to maintain Green office space is to recycle. Almost every office has recycling bins for paper, plastic, metal and glass. Every day you try to sort the various items you discard into their respective bins, but do you really know how to recycle? Here are few often overlooked do’s and don’ts to help you through the process.
Green by principal: Carpool – or, go virtual and don’t commute at all!Choosing to utilize an executive office suite or virtual office may reduce your carbon footprint! Think of it like a carpool – where the executive office is the vehicle and its office tenants are its passengers – but much more comfortable (we’re talking spacious luxury vehicle).