Offices are still empty

Are you still working from home offices?  It seems you are not alone.  As of mid-November, only 25% of people had returned to their offices.  While this is higher than the lowest point in April of less than 15%, it is down slightly from October, which reported 27% occupancy. This decline in office use is also impacting the residential market of many of the big … Continue reading Offices are still empty

Working from home could be costing more than you think

As kids and adults made the shift to working from home earlier this year, many began to calculate the cost savings with this change.  But as time goes on, the reality is different than expectations.  Many are in fact experiencing an increase in spending and here’s why… For many, working from home since March has come with one positive perk – cost savings!  Reduced spending … Continue reading Working from home could be costing more than you think

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4 Easy ways to improve your WFH shared spaces

Working and schooling from shared spaces?  Here are four easy tips that can help make your space more practical and useful. Working and learning from home has become the new norm, and for many of us this is being done within shared spaces.  So here are four easy ways to help keep your space more organized and as a result, more productive.  Limit paper pile … Continue reading 4 Easy ways to improve your WFH shared spaces

Is your home office ready? Working from home could be here to stay…

2020 has seen more people working from home than ever before.  And the trend doesn’t look like it will be ending any time soon with big companies like Twitter and Facebook announcing a permanent WFH policy. And for good reason –  both employers and employees alike can save serious money by working from home half the time.  According to Global Workplace Analytics, employers can save … Continue reading Is your home office ready? Working from home could be here to stay…