Yesterday may have been Earth Day, but there are small things we can do every day to help our planet. With mountains of paper files and messy desks, offices easily morph into the poster child for waste- but then can change. This year, it’s time to be more “green” at work. Here are 10 ways you can impact the planet and simplify your work life at the same time.
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!
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.
Companies are always trying to find new ways to be smart about the liability of workspace, and increasingly traditional leasing options are becoming a hassle of the past. Shared office space may have been taboo a decade ago, but in recent years collaborative workspace has become the hallmark of savvy startups thanks to noncommittal terms and a number of added perks.
The Valentine’s Day season: for some of us its about a romantic date night, for others it means stuffing our faces with a chocolate box and watching a movie at home. Whether you are weathering the holiday solo or with a partner, Valentine’s Day can bring up feelings of loneliness. As freelance and remote work is on the rise, the “loneliness epidemic” is growing. One way to feel less isolated? Joining a shared workspace!
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!
The end of the year is when we start to reflect on what we would like to improve on. While many goals tend to be personal, it is important to make resolutions for a place where we spend the majority of our week- the office! Here are 10 resolutions for 2019 that you will actually want to stick to in the new year.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year- especially if you are part of a shared workspace! Being in a unique type of office environment provides many opportunities for celebration. The shared workspace not only makes the busy time of year easier but also helps you connect with the community. Here are four ways to celebrate the holiday season this year at work!
“Small business” is more than just a buzzword or a place to buy gifts the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Small businesses deserve to be in office spaces that recognize their value and will help them reach their fullest potential. Enter in the shared workspace: a perfect blend of private space, community, and services. Here are the top three reasons why a shared office space solution is the perfect fit for your small business.
With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it is safe to say that the holiday season is upon us. There are parties, days off, and endless treats in sight. However, the happiness that comes with time-off often goes hand in hand with stress from being away from work. With a shared workspace, you can enjoy the holidays without worrying if everything at the office is ok. Here are four ways a shared office space solution can help you prepare for the holidays.