Posts Tagged“office”

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Moving office can be terrifying – as stressful as a house move – but if you want to grow as a company it has to be done. Make it easier by following these nine tips for a smooth office relocation experience and you’ll soon be in your new office space in EC3, wondering what you were worrying about! What are your objectives? Look at what your business needs now and what it’ll need in a year, then two years, then five and even 10. Why are you moving? Is your current lease expiring, are you looking to reduce overheads, or…

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Get personal Let employees bring their own items into work – photos, ornaments, books, furniture and even the dog now and then. These reminders of home can brighten up that commercial property in Mayfair and make it a home from home. This creates a warm, informal atmosphere that lets people feel safe enough to take the odd risk here and there. Be the all-seeing eye This sounds sinister, but what it actually means is observing your employees at work rather than asking them direct questions. People might tell you what they think you want to hear, rather than the truth, so catch…

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Many successful small businesses started out as side gigs first undertaken in the home or apartment where the owner lived. The appeals are many: You can keep your business costs low, write-off a home office on your taxes, and enjoy easy access to your work any time of day. However, as a business grows and changes, it’s not uncommon for a home office to start to feel cramped. If you’ve been working out of your home or apartment for a while now, it’s normal to start wondering whether to stick it out or find some new digs. There’s no need…