The events and developments of the past two years have drastically altered how and where most of us get our work done. More and more businesses and entrepreneurs are foregoing traditional office space and looking to coworking solutions to meet the needs of their organizations; a trend that was already in motion but has escalated since 2020.
Many of our clients have been teleworking with us for over a decade, so AdvantEdge has plenty of experience catering to the various needs that arise for professionals who are working from home. It’s no accident that we have a flexible membership structure that enables us to customize services on a personal basis to ensure that each of our members can work effectively and efficiently no matter where they are. Here are a few ways that AdvantEdge makes it easy to run your business from home.
When you think of coworking, you might think of communal business lounges and happy hours, but maybe the most valuable aspect of working in a shared workspace is the support staff that helps your business day-to-day. Here are a few ways that AdvantEdge’s Client Services team can provide the infrastructure where your business can succeed.
Did you know that September is National Self-Care Awareness Month? This month aims to shed light on different practices one can do to create balance in their life. Self-care can be about treating ourselves, but it is also about maintaining a healthy lifestyle that enables us to be our best selves at work. In a time where it can be hard to disconnect and easy to overwork oneself, self-care is more important than ever. Here are four reasons why you should incorporate it into your work life:
1. Prevent Burnout
With the challenges of the past year and a half, and uncertainty about the future, burnout is at an all-time high. Burnout at work affects one’s psychological and physical health, and can easily spill over and impact our personal lives as well.
Being part of a workspace that values your entire self is key to keeping burnout at bay. Look for spaces with a gym, outdoor areas, separate places to eat, and quiet rooms for when you need a change of scenery. When your company and space encourage healthy office habits, you’ll feel better and work better.
2. Be Aware
Over the past year and a half, almost everyone has been forced to create new routines in their personal and professional lives. We are all adapting to the ever-changing realities of the world, but that doesn't need to stop us from getting things done. As you continue to build your career, network, and skillset during these uncertain times, a Virtual Office plan could be a great option for you. Here are a few ways a Virtual Office can provide you with a low-risk, high-reward solution for staying productive.