Work-From-Home is Here to Stay: 5 Tips to Create a Long-Term Remote Work Strategy

In 1973, a NASA engineer named Jack Wiles decided to test an idea he called ‘telecommuting’. This involved carrying out his work entirely at home, without ever needing to come into the office while he worked on a complex communication system for NASA.  Wiles co-wrote a book about the subject, The Telecommunications-Transportation Tradeoff, in [...]

The Importance of Financial Wellness for Remote Employees

Financial stress has plagued adults for as long as we know, and it’s only gotten worse since the pandemic. Credit scores, debt, loans, interest rates – it can be a lot for employees to juggle. As we move to a remote-dominated workforce, it’s more important than ever to help remote employees get the financial [...]

Who Uses an All Access Pass?

Today’s professionals have come to expect the freedom to work where they please.  The challenge is finding the best hybrid work schedule, or that perfect mix of in-office and remote working. Enter the All Access Pass - designed for professionals who Work-From-Home (WFH), but want the flexibility to work-near-home in a private office with [...]

How To Create Collaborative Workspaces For Your Hybrid Team

Many businesses are choosing to continue to offer flexibility post-COVID, with a mix of in-office and remote working. However, there are still some potential problems and issues with working as a dispersed team, such as communication, creativity and visibility of progress. In this article, we take a look at what you can do to [...]

Embrace Your Hybrid Work Model: Pacific Workplaces All Access Pass for WFH Professionals

Does your return-to-the-office plan include a hybrid work schedule?  Although most people can work productively from their home office, work-from-home (WFH) pitfalls start to show when in-person contact, community, and larger office resources are required.  As a result, professionals can look to flexible office spaces to provide a solution to supplement your WFH routine. [...]

Internal Staff Training for Remote Workers: 4 Things Every Manager Should Cover

Despite the decline of lifelong employment and significant changes to how companies operate, the old adage about your staff members being your biggest assets still rings true today. Whether a worker stays with you for a year or a decade, it’s imperative that you invest in training them from the outset. Failing to do [...]

Leadership For Remote Workers: 4 Tips For Keeping Your Team On Track

Running a business with maximum efficiency is rather like playing a complex strategy game. In other words, it’s significantly easier to handle when all your pieces are directly in front of you. Trying to play chess with your pieces spread across various boards throughout the country (or even the world) is awkward, to say [...]

Impact of Remote Work on Work-Life Balance and Job Satisfaction

If there’s one silver lining that people talk about remote working, is work-life balance. But, does working from home actually help you attain the work-life balance that you need for your life?  Yes, you are exposed to several mediums to get your work done from home without involving the constant need to step out [...]

How To Create A Remote Home Office You Can Take With You

One of the best things about working remotely is flexibility — it allows you to work almost anywhere. And while many remote workers will spend most of their time working from home (WFH), many of us now see the need to balance WFH with other workspace solutions such as a flexible office or coworking [...]

Don’t Let Professional Development Flatline as You WFH

Your work from home (WFH) commute may currently consist of walking from the bedroom to the coffee maker to the kitchen table, but there’s no reason to let your professional development flatline.  As the world rallies around remote work and WFH trends, the opportunities to network, teach, learn and grow your skill set have [...]