The end of the COVID-19 pandemic is in sight for the UK. We can now envision our return to normal life, being able to see friends and family, and after-work beers with our colleagues. Hooray! While some companies are embracing remote working, others have realised just how important face-to-face interactions are to having a fulfilling work life.
As the roadmap to post-pandemic life is in full swing, the uncertainty over returning to office spaces lingers amongst many business owners. With working from home becoming a prominent feature for many employees during the pandemic, companies are now questioning the need for city-based offices. If you’re considering a commercial property for rent in Bristol, or elsewhere,
As more and more businesses search for flexible commercial property to rent, the desirability of serviced offices continues to increase. Traditionally, office space to rent in Bristol requires a large deposit, and a long term contract. A serviced office on the other hand, not only provides a pre-furnished space, but includes services and flexible rental
Our mental health should always be a priority - here are several ways in which you can benefit yours by using shared office space: 1. Feeling part of Bristol’s community when you let an office here We are of course social beings; humans weren’t designed to work well in isolation. Many studies show detrimental effects
How to stay ahead of health and safety with our commercial property for rent following the pandemic?
Main Article As more companies adapt to the new working climate, employers have been assigned with the tricky challenge of creating a safe environment for their staff as those who cannot work from home return to the office. While we have been supporting clients with our shared office space and offers on modern virtual offices,
Slowly our lives are returning to the “new normal”. While we are still keeping our distance, many of us have begun back at work. As we get ready to mix and mingle once again, there is nothing more important than our safety. Today we’ll share with you some tips for preparing to head back to
As the coronavirus lockdown begins to ease in England, many businesses are planning their transition back to normal working life. It goes without saying that the biggest consideration for employers should be how they can best keep their employees safe during this difficult time. 1. Continue working from home and set up a virtual office
How small and medium-sized businesses using shared office space can take advantage of loans and grants during the pandemic
The ongoing global pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on small and medium-sized businesses. If you have put your heart and soul into your business this is a hugely worrying time, but the good news is that help is available. There is a vast amount of information in the media about government loans and grants
Many small businesses are assessing their options and reducing overheads during the Coronavirus crisis to keep them lean and agile enough to weather the storm. Conversely, some entrepreneurs are recognising opportunities in the current climate and setting up new businesses as a result. Whichever category you and your business fall into, you’ll have to be