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8 Benefits of Alternative Work Schedules Employers Should Know

Work schedules for many professionals were in a mode of change before the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, despite progress in alternative work schedules, most business and workers were still wed to the idea of the five-day work week, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. workday, and fixed-permanent workspace. This was completely deconstructed when the pandemic prompted businesses and workers to adopt work from home arrangements in a matter of a few days.

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Social Distancing in the Workplace [How to]

As businesses in North America shift towards re-opening and implementing workplace social distancing, there are many operational adjustments to consider. Executing social distancing best practices promotes health and safety in addition to helping manage employee anxiety towards returning to work, as it aids in limiting the spread of COVID-19 while also protecting employees and customers. Although this can seem cumbersome, addressing the Read more

The Future of Open Office Workspaces After COVID-19

The concept of the open office generated a lot of conversation before the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses literally spent millions and millions of dollars in capital expenditures tearing out office walls and retrofitting for open-office architectures. For some small businesses, they even elected to eliminate permanent office space altogether and move into coworking spaces with other small businesses and solopreneurs. State of Read more

10 Steps to Creating a Productive Workspace

Productivity is a central concern for businesses—from entrepreneurs, to small businesses, to even enterprises. Getting the most out of the time spent working is critical and has a direct impact on the bottom line. Much has been written on the topic. Meetings are a frequent discussion point, with the majority of professionals citing time wasted in meetings as a substantial Read more

When Your Startup Needs to Rent an Office Space, What are Your Options?

At first, it might be easy to run your startup company out of your basement, kitchen, or even your garage as you build the basic processes and strategies your business needs to survive. However, as soon as you are interacting face-to-face with clients, you need to have a professional feel and look to your company. Having your family interrupt you Read more


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