Interior Design. Monday , June 11th , 2018 - 23:31:42 PM
Small businesses are being pushed to the limits. There comes a situation where something has to give. Any self-respecting aspirational employer never wants to lose invaluable staff; not to mention have to deal with the emotion of putting another person on the pavement. If costs can be recovered elsewhere and a business can survive, a business owner will in most cases explore these avenues. If not, this could be an unwise and a hasty mistake.
Most offices I visit have clutter everywhere. Box files, paperwork, unused or outdated desks, chairs and general items that get in the way. It feels like you are literally tripping up every time you try to go from one end of a room to the other. The first thing you need to work out is does all this stuff really need to be on site? If not, trash it or find a low cost secure storage solution to take these non-essential items off site. If they do need to stay on site, consider improving your storage systems. Every good interior designer knows how to create space that you never knew you had.
So why would you consider ending a business lease in favour of signing on the dotted line for a new, lengthier and most likely more expensive lease to store this rubbish elsewhere? It's a story I hear all too often.
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