Late last week, I came across a post on LinkedIn from a gentleman explaining that whilst attending an event, he was nervous about being asked, “So, where are you based?” because he was unsure of the potential stigma upon announcing that he worked from home, not in an office.
With Work from Home week coming up from the 15th – 21st January, I decided to explore this a little further to identify the benefits of working from home.
Working from home can be the life saver that your small business needs. You can cut overheads, claim back a percentage of your household running expenses and, if you outsource, you can cut staffing costs too.
However, working from home isn't without it's challenges but with these four tips you can stay productive and make the most out of running your small business from home.
The beginning of the year is a typical time for offices to get messy – as we start to get busy again after Christmas; our workspaces often become a dumping ground for paperwork and rogue files. The key to protecting against encroaching clutter and to keep your office an effective place to work is better storage, but simply bunging everything into a desk won't solve the problem – we need storage systems as well as just extra space. Here are our top tips to combine the two and get the most out of your office:
The temperature in our office is currently 24°C although this is the coolest that it's been since lunch.
In light of the current heat wave that seems to be sweeping both the UK and America, we wanted to remind those of you working in an office that you need to take care and stay safe whilst working in high temperatures.