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.
The lazy, hazy days of summer are prime vacation time. It may feel like everyday there is someone new with an “out of office” bounce-back email. Whether you are biding time until your holiday, just coming back, or saving your PTO days for another time of year, it can be hard to stay on track during the last weeks of summer. Here are six ways to keep yourself motivated for the rest of the season!
Discussions around employee’s experiences outside of the work they do often centers around benefits, like healthcare and time off. But a huge part of satisfaction at work comes from smaller perks that employees experience on a weekly, monthly, or even yearly basis. Office perks aren’t just for people at huge corporations with millions to spend a year. By choosing a shared workspace, a company can access great perks for employees no matter their size! Read below for five office perks to look for in new workspace.
Shared workspaces are the best type of office environment for a myriad of professions. They provide amenities like reception, mail services, live call answering and more. Additionally, you can always find a space that fits your needs from a private suite to a coworking desk to meeting and training rooms. Click on each career below to see how a shared workspace solution can best serve your line of work!
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.
To many people, the freedom and flexibility of freelancing are incredibly attractive. Whether you want to spend more time with your kids or travel the world, not being tied down to a 9-5 desk job can be a dream. However, many people who set out on their own find that working from the couch isn’t all it’s cracked up to be (especially after more than a few weeks). If you’re loving the freelance lifestyle but missing some of the perks of a traditional office environment, then a shared workspace is perfect for you!
If you run a nonprofit and are looking to stretch your budget further, shared office space may be the perfect solution for your organization. Here are just a few reasons why nonprofits and shared workspaces are an excellent match.
Shared office space is becoming increasingly popular amongst psychologists, psychiatrists, and other mental health professionals. Our offices are fully-furnished and serviced; perfect for solo professionals who want the resources of a larger entity, but only need one or two dedicated offices.