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It’s true, size doesn’t matter

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When we think of flexible office spaces, we usually think of small techy start-ups that offer quirky perks, but cool co-working spaces can be for everyone. The rise of freelance culture means more employees are developing the need for office spaces with in-house bars, restaurants and even gyms, to keep their productivity flowing – but it’s not all as superficial as you might think.

You’ve probably heard this phrase thrown around a lot, but maintaining a healthy work-life balance is key. Maybe some of your employees have a long commute and would prefer to work from an office closer to home a few times a week. Whatever the reason, flexible workspaces have been proven to reduce workplace stress, boost mental well-being and encourage productivity.

So with that in mind, here’s why your business should offer flexible workspaces for your employees whether you’re a small, medium or large company.

Co-working Spaces.
These creative hubs are ideal for small start-ups looking for an open plan office space with like-minded entrepreneurs.

Serviced Spaces.
Perfect for small to mid-sized companies who need some privacy without the expensive running costs of a standard office. These spaces come fully furnished, taking the stress out of office renovations.

Bespoke or managed Spaces.
Medium to large companies who require more flexibility, without the hassle of running an office and the dreaded upfront costs can benefit from the custom service provided by Making Moves.

To misquote Arianna Huffington: success isn’t the result of the amount of time we put in at work, it’s the quality of time we put in. If you’re ready to help your employees with the quality, not quantity of their work, get in touch with our designated flexible team now, by calling 020 3595 3121 or emailing them at flexible@makingmoves.london.

Making Moves Flexible Team

Kian and Jill