With a new year comes new trends for workplaces worldwide. Coming off of 2020, which changed the office landscape forever, it will be interesting to see where the workplace community goes in 2021. We have rounded up three trends to look out for that may impact how we work and live this upcoming year.
To say the office experience has changed this year is an understatement. No matter what industry, everyone had to rethink how we function at work and how our space serves us. As we head into 2021 still facing social-distancing measures, think about your office space and how it can best serve you. We often make personal resolutions for the New Year, but it is also the perfect time to make goals surrounding your workspace experience. Here are four goals you can set to have your best year at work yet:
If you’ve been looking for a sign to take the business idea in your head to the next level, this blog is it! December is National Write a Business Plan Month and is the perfect time to put your thoughts to paper and take the first step in launching your idea. We’re breaking down the must-have elements so that you can craft a successful business plan.
It’s the season of giving thanks, and although holiday celebrations will look different this year, there are still things you can do at the office to get in the turkey day spirit! Whether you are back in your shared workspace all together or working remotely, we have five activities that any team can enjoy, no matter where you are in the world!
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!
No one wants to work in a white box all day! Customizing office space can go a long way. It is more aesthetically pleasing, and physical surroundings can impact how one feels about their job and coming to work each day. Read below for four tips on how to add some personal and professional touches to your workspace!
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!
Let’s face it- every week in 2020 can feel like an entire year. With the weeks and days only feeling longer as we head into winter months, being able to decompress from the workplace is essential to our sanity and productivity. Taking time to recharge your batteries after a tough week will benefit you and your professional life in the long run. Not sure where to start? Here are five ways to wind down after a hectic work week!
Every October 16th is National Boss’s Day! While the holiday isn’t as widely celebrated as other appreciation days, in these times, it’s a reason to connect with your boss and show that you care. Even if you were unaware of the holiday until this moment, there are many last-minute ways to celebrate and make your boss feel special. No matter if you are in the office together or still working remotely, show appreciation for your boss today in these five different ways.
With 90 degree days in the rearview mirror, it is safe to say autumn is officially here in D.C. The leaves are changing, and we are all embarking on this new season while still navigating the unprecedented nature of this year. Embracing autumn at work may seem trivial at first, but in these times, even the smallest things can spark joy and are worth doing. Here are four ways you can enjoy all that the season has to offer at work: