Virtual offices served a great purpose during the pandemic, allowing colleagues to stay connected and collaborate without being in the office together. They have enabled employees to save money, eliminate travel time, and even support flexible working hours.
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. corporate office hours are quickly becoming a thing of the past. Even working from home full-time sounds so 2020 now.
Having an awesome team at your place of work can really make a difference when it comes to productivity, innovation, and, ultimately, success.
Many business-to-business (B2B) company owners and their staff are realizing the benefits of coworking spaces, read why B2B companies should use coworking spaces.
While in-person networking is usually best, there are sure to be times when you may not be able to get out of the house for the day.
When networking in a coworking space, remember that everyone there is probably looking for connections just like you, so don’t feel awkward or embarrassed.
Let’s make something clear directly. Private office means private office. Your own, locked and 100% private office.
A hybrid work model blends together elements of an office and remote work in order to achieve an optimal balance for employees and managers.