An employee’s sense of fulfillment in the workplace is deeply impacted by the office environment, the community of professionals, and his/her ability to be productive. For businesses or startups operating in a coworking space can meet the challenge of choosing spaces that are conducive to productive work. Continue reading
According to author and motivational speaker Dr. Rick Goodman – “You may have a lot of exceptional talents in your company but if those talents aren’t working harmoniously, you don’t truly have a team.”
His viewpoint is true to the core and it applies to even the smallest organization. Collaboration is the key element for any business. Continue reading
Quite simple enough, remote working signifies work done outside of a traditional office. To simplify it, remote working is regular official tasks carried outside a brick and mortar office. Employees may work from home, a coffee shop, or from anyplace that is not a regular office. Similarly, companies can have a team of remote workers i.e. a remote workforce or a mix of both; office workers and remote workers. Continue reading
Diwali – popularly known as the festival of lights is celebrated to symbolize the victory of good over evil.
Diwali is considered as the most auspicious time to invest in property – a new house or a new office. The real estate market sees a boom during this season starting from Navratri till Diwali. The primary reason for buying new home or office during this period so that prosperity and happiness last forever. Continue reading
Renting or leasing an office involves spending a huge sum of money. In addition to this, resources must also be spent on equipping the office through the purchase of things like furniture, IT infrastructure, and so on. For a majority of small business owners, this is simply not a feasible option since they are unable to spend such huge sum of money just for getting an office space. It is to take care of the needs of such people, the concept of virtual office has been created and executed. Continue reading