Yahoo’s recent decision requiring all work from home employees to return to the office was both controversial and newsworthy. Even Bill Gates has weighed in on the controversy, calling the decision “counter” to giving “employees more flexibility” in a CNNMoney interview. But was it the right decision?
Remember back in 1999 when technology companies talked about getting things done at “internet speed”? Unfortunately, the real estate industry has slowed down since then. OfficeLeaseCenter.com has worked hard to maintain internet speed in leasing office space so technology companies can find new offices quickly.
Prepare For Future Disasters With A Plan To Protect Your Office Space In NYC
If you thought that an occasional snow storm was the biggest natural disaster your business could face, Hurricane Sandy probably changed your mind. The storm that devastated the New Jersey Shore also brought flooding, power outages, subway and airline interruption, widespread closings, and shipping and mail stoppages to many boroughs in New York City and beyond for several days or more. Many were flooded out of their office space in NYC and even their home offices.
Only Need Occasional Office Space In NYC? Shared Office Space Might Be The Perfect Solution
By using smartphones, tablets and laptops in the workplace, companies can look for smaller office space for lease, opening the doors for telecommuting and a paperless office.
A Virtual Office Worker’s Utility Belt of Shared Environments
Take one part Regus, mix in a little PowerSPACE, season to taste with Grind and New Work City and accompany with an occasional LooseCube, this is my personal recipe for creating the ultimate affordable and flexible office space in NYC.
Just five years ago in 2007, the commercial office landscape was a different vista. At that time, if I had proposed to a tenant that they share office space with another unrelated business, I would have been considered crazy. It would have been weird, like having a roommate, or worse, like sharing an apartment with a total stranger. This is New York City.. real businesses don’t need to resort to that...
Is your firm in the market for office space for lease? Finding the right space in the right location for your start-up firm or growing business is a major undertaking. Many entrepreneurs are turning to a professional tenant representation firm to help them navigate the real estate market in the hottest tech areas. With industry specific real estate knowledge, these experts can help you find the right space in the up and coming area vital to your success as a tech business.
With the constant changing atmosphere in today’s technology world, it is not a surprise that the profile of today’s entrepreneur is a young, creative and bright individual with a new idea and the will and dedication to turn that idea into reality. While this individual provides the talent and ideas necessary to succeed in this industry, he or she often come with less experience in the business world, leaving these new companies vulnerable to difficulties in areas of day to day business execution, including finding commercial office space for rent that will fit the company’s needs.
It's no secret that, in order to procure the most talented workforce available in the marketplace, employers need to offer staff a comprehensive range of workplace differentiators. These workplace distinctions not only ensure that they hire the best and brightest, but also help organizations to retain once they've joined the team. Just when business owners thought that they had their fingers planted firmly on the pulse of what GenX and Y'ers were seeking at their places of business, the Millennial employees came of age and joined the mix. These three particular generations have revamped the way that business properties operate and what they offer their employees like no other workforce before them. If you're looking to cater to this particular employee faction and recruit heavily from this talent pool, it's important to ensure that you have so much more to offer these workers than simply a paycheck.