“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.
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.
At AdvantEdge Workspaces, 2018 was a big year. We celebrated our 30th anniversary, held fun community events (such as our March Madness competition) and rounded out the year with celebrating the holiday season and giving back to the community with Toys for Tots. Despite all that last year brought us, is time to turn our focus to 2019! Besides the typical resolutions, we rounded up some of our favorite blog posts to show you how to make 2019 the best year at work (and beyond!).
Have you decided that working in your sweats is not all it’s cracked up to be? Does your home office feel isolating? Do you long for the social aspect of a traditional office environment? Working from home is a great solution for many people’s lifestyles. However, there are those who are blinded by the idea of eliminating a commute or the need for business clothes and jump into the home office life only to realize they miss or need the amenities of a traditional workspace. So, if you are looking to reintegrate your work-from-home life back into the office lifestyle, here are some tips on how to upgrade and have a smooth transition!
Individual research and perseverance can knock thousands of dollars off the cost of a real estate deal, and companies and organizations are increasingly inclined to explore the idea of searching for space without a broker. But is it worth it to sift through hundreds of local listings and suit up for negotiations without professional expertise? Here are three things you need to know about when deciding whether to tackle your office search on your own: