Co-working Space: Is It Really Working?

Co-working Space_ Is It Really Working_

One of the first challenges that businesses and freelancers have to overcome is finding the perfect space to start working. There are several options, some more expensive than others. One can choose to rent an office, work at home, spend the mornings in a café with Wi-Fi connection or start using a co-working center. In general, people seem to have warmed up to the notion of a co-working space as the most effective solution. But, even though there are plenty of benefits that come with using a co-working space, there are some downfalls as well.

A co-working space can really make a difference in several positive ways:

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Trendy Home Office Ideas to Make 2020 More Productive

Trendy Home Office Ideas to Make 2020 More Productive

As we’re counting down the last days of this year, it’s time to think about what the future will bring to us. While it’s not easy to predict what’s going to happen in every aspect of our life, there are some things we can be pretty sure about, such as interior design trends. With interior designers all over the world constantly on a lookout for better and more efficient solutions, which should help us improve the way we live and work, we can already guess what 2020 will bring in terms of interior design, especially when it comes to home offices. They are becoming increasingly popular as the number of people working from home is constantly rising, which is why we need to listen to experts who can help us. So, what are they saying?

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5 Ways to Upgrade Your Office Space to Boost Productivity

Ways to Upgrade Your Office Space to Boost Productivity

Employee productivity is one of the most important contributors to the development of any business, big or small. Although difficult to quantify, it’s considered to be the formula for success, like a secret potion that lets companies achieve not only that which is realistic but much, much more.

It’s no wonder, then, that everyone wants to be productive. The concept lends itself to a utopian scenario in which any single person can make the absolute most of their work hours. Whether the idea is to increase production, boost creativity, or speed up problem-solving, it sure would be nice to achieve more with less.

The connection between physical space and productivity isn’t new, either. It’s been studied in the past several decades, throughout a period that coincides with the rise of the average worker’s productivity. In short, scientists have found that the efficiency with which we work does not have as much to do with self-discipline. Instead, it greatly depends on external factors, including wall color or room temperature, along with the state of our physical and mental health.

So, if your goal is to increase efficiency among your employees, it’s best to start with the things that have been proven to boost productivity. This will mean focusing on employee satisfaction, but also accepting the fact that less might be more.

In terms of your office space, you’ll find that it shouldn’t be too difficult to upgrade. But, any of these changes can only be effective if the company culture is given equal attention as the physical changes you’re about to make.

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Designing The Workspace to Make Employee Feel Like Home

Designing The Workspace to Make Employee Feel Like Home

There’s a growing trend in the world of making offices feel more like home and there are several reasons behind this. First of all, the trend of telecommuting and the number of people that prefer to work from home has made a lot of modern entrepreneurs run for their money. It clearly indicates that there’s one massive flaw of an office space that people are trying to make up for by working from home. Second, a lot of people spend most of their waking hours in the office (8 to 10 hours, 6 days per week), which means that their quality of life depends on their opinion of the office space. Both of these reasons are more than enough for you to want to make the place feel like home. Here are seven tips on how you can do it.

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