Is in-office work a thing of the past?

Person sitting on a couch with a laptop on their lap, writing in a notebook with their right hand

Two years ago, we had our first battles with COVID-19. We learned a lot about our workspaces  – what worked, and what didn’t when it came to curbing infection rates. Most of all, we learned, when it came time to become fully remote since the risk was too high for infection, that many businesses could operate just as well or even better with a work-from-home model. Is in person office work a thing of the past? Maybe. Let’s take a look.

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Should You Steer Clear of Shared Workspaces?

Person sitting at a shared office space using a computer

Coworking is on the rise, especially since the pandemic has forced so many people into less than ideal work from home situations. Productivity can really take a hit when you’re suddenly surrounded by pets, piles of laundry, children — distractions of all kinds abound, which is why opting for a shared workspace can seem like a smart idea.

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Road Salt & Your Floors: How to keep the winter from damaging your workplace

The back side of a snow plow spreading salt and sand on the road

When winter rolls in, so does winter prep. That means that sidewalks, roadways, and parking lots are often laden with road salt (or ice melt) and sand, which can not only make your workplace look dirty when tracked in by the many feet that may visit you, but can also damage or destroy your flooring or carpeting. Here’s what you can do to minimize impact to your flooring and keep it looking better:

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