While many of us have worked from home for years or are already familiar with hybrid office arrangements (come, go, stay, leave, sit, stand…), the notion of untraditional workspaces really took off during the pandemic. And even now, with a lot of companies returning to normal – or a new normal – there’s a lesson learned that carries over: alternative workspaces have benefits for employers and employees. There are drawbacks too, of course. Let’s go over all of it, with a focus on hoteling office space.
Imagine waking up in the morning, getting ready for work, and arriving at the office, only to find that … there’s not a seat for you. Or, maybe you get to work and — surprise! — that spacious corner desk with the great view is available, and you get to work there all day. With hot desking, either scenario is possible. In this article, we’re going to talk about this type of flexible workspace and why it may or may not be right for your company.
Conducting an accurate company valuation is not as simple as it sounds. How much your business is worth depends on a myriad of factors, each of which speaks in some way to your company’s potential for success.
In this article, we’ll break down the five primary factors that can influence your company’s worth. We’ll talk about how public and private valuations work and introduce you to a couple of tools you can use to make back-of-the-napkin estimates regarding your own business.
Regularly publishing fresh, relevant, high-quality content on your website is critical for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Unfortunately, producing large volumes of posts can be challenging. The good news is that you can use an AI rewriter tool to simplify and streamline your content creation process.
In this post, we’ll briefly explain what an AI rewriter is. Then we’ll provide you with a list of five of the best options, including their key features and pricing information. Finally, we’ll show you how to use one of these tools ethically to update your site content. Let’s jump in!
The coronavirus pandemic forced practically the whole world to go remote in 2020, and everything from grocery shopping and fitness to date nights and happy hour started occurring within the home instead of outside of it. Work was no different, with companies scrambling to set up employees with access, equipment, and Zoom so businesses could stay afloat when it was too dangerous to be in a public place. But now that some companies are reopening their literal doors, a new problem has arisen. How do you accommodate employees who may — or perhaps more likely, may not — be excited to return to a brick-and-mortar workplace when you no longer have enough real estate for everyone? One solution is desk hoteling, which is a way to create a hybrid workplace with some in-office employees, some remote employees, and the ability to be flexible when it comes to who works where.