With Thanksgiving less than a week away, we are amidst the season of gratitude. This time of year, we pay special attention to the things in life that we are thankful for and think about ways to show appreciation for others. After a challenging year, it is more important than ever to express gratitude at work- for colleagues, the business, and even your workspace. Here are five ways to give thanks at work, not only during this season but all year round!
With Thanksgiving less than two weeks away, the holiday season has begun. This time of year is about relaxing, being with family, and of course, stuffing ourselves with festive treats. However, the period between Thanksgiving and the New Year can be hectic at work. Between time off, adjusted schedules, remote work, and end of year deliverables, the happiest time of the year can quickly turn into the most stressful. This year, plan to have a smooth holiday season- one where you can be productive at work and still have ample time for celebrations!
Yes, you can come back to work safely! Personal health is at the forefront of anyone’s decision to return to the office. At AdvantEdge Workspaces, we go above and beyond to prioritize your health. Our mission is to provide a safe and clean space that you can feel comfortable being in all day. We are staying healthy while still getting work done and enjoying the workspace community. As the winter months approach, feeling well at work is critical. Read below for four steps you can take to have a sickness-free season!
Has your home office lost its appeal? Do you wake up feeling uninspired to sit at your desk? If so, you are likely in a work-from-home rut, unable to return to your typical office or to switch it up by sitting in a coffee shop for a few hours. Enter in coworking: a solution that will get you out of the house and elevate your working experience. Renting a desk for a day provides a much-needed change of scenery and offers access to workspace amenities that home offices typically lack, such as printing stations or phone booths for private calls.
Today, it is not uncommon to hear of adults with full-time employment doing freelance work or other jobs on the side. “Side hustle” refers to any additional income streams that one has. For many Americans, especially millennials, bringing in an additional paycheck is almost the norm. Fortune.com writes that about half of the adults in the United States under 35 report having a side hustle. These can range from dog walking or driving for Uber as part of the gig economy, to consulting or digital work and everything in between.
Now in September, it is clear that in 2020, and for months to come, we will be in a new normal. Instead of waiting for circumstances to change, all businesses need to adapt to the current social and economic landscape. You can set up your small business for success in the era of the pandemic with these three steps.
From bike share stations to swiping into the metro with your phone, it has never been easier to get to work at one AdvantEdge’s centrally-located workspaces! Your office location can impact every part of your life, from your evening schedules and time with family to how much you enjoy your job. When searching for office space, the location should be top of mind. Whether you live in Maryland, Virginia, or right here in the District, commuting to an AdvantEdge Workspaces location is hassle-free. No matter your preferred method of transportation, you can get to work easily.
The majority of school districts have opted for online learning this fall, leaving many working parents with no option but to monitor schooling while trying to get their jobs done from home. As DMV area students return to school this week, parents have to choose to go back into the office, where they likely feel their most productive selves, or to stay home to supervise the school day. But what if every day was bring your kid to work day? At AdvantEdge Workspaces, full-time clients can do just that by reserving small private office spaces for their children to learn in, at no additional cost.
It’s time to gather your coworkers around a virtual bar! Many companies rely on happy hours to bring employees together to connect and have fun. Just because we are all still social distancing does not mean that we cannot partake in these events online. Here are three tips for hosting a successful virtual happy hour, no matter who your audience is.
Last week was International #Coworking Day! As a shared workspace, this holiday was a chance for us to reminisce about our favorite community events and what makes our coworking (aka pro-working) experience so special at AdvantEdge. What is your favorite part about coworking and being part of a shared workspace? Here is a peek at the community events that our team and clients love the most!