Monthly Archives: February 2016

First Step in Corporate Leasing: Planning for Your Office Needs

When it comes to leasing the ideal office space, corporate tenants aren’t most often foiled by lack of budget or available properties. Perhaps surprisingly, what gets many of them down is lack of planning. Planning is crucial to ensure your new space meets your specific business needs, both now and down the line. And it can be a success with help from a solid spac ...

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How Open Office Environments Can Kill Productivity

The trend of open office environments is quickly killing off the traditional cubicle, but they could also kill employee productivity unless they’re set up right. Noise, nearby activity and other interruptions make employees lose an average of 2.1 hours of worktime per day, according to a Basex Research report. That adds up to more than $588 billion in lost work time ...

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Best Place to Hold Business Meetings?

Offices are the traditional place to hold business meetings, but that doesn’t mean they’re the prime place to get things done. In fact, a FlexJobs survey found only 24 percent of employees said they were most productive in the office, with the other 76 percent saying they avoid the office like the plague when they’re trying to complete important tasks. That sa ...

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Home Office vs. Renting a Space: Which Way to Go?

Starting your own business comes with a big, eternal question: should you work from home or rent out an office space? While there is no right or wrong answer that applies to everyone, there are a number of points to consider for determining the right option for you. Think about Your Environment Whether at home or away, your workspace should be quiet, comfortable and ...

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How to Save Money with Your Office Space

Renting office space is a solid investment, but it doesn’t have to be one that breaks your budget every month. A few savvy strategies can help you save money with your office space. Take Advantage of Economic Realities Companies seem to be continuously downsizing, rightsizing or closing up shop altogether, leaving plenty of empty office space. Even those who are no ...

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