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Got the Flu? Why not work from home

With all the talk about the H1N1 virus (swine flu), many people are concerned what they are going to do if they are too sick to go into the office.  Besides not wanting to go too far from home, many do not want to spread the virus and make others sick. Even if it is not the flu, when you are under the weather it is not actually working that you do not want to do, but it is the commute to get to the office that you are not up for.

Sometimes staying home and not working is not an option, especially if you are the only one working in your office.   Why not consider telecommuting?  Telsec serviced office centres can change how your calls are handled and forward them to your home without your clients knowing you are not working in your Toronto office space. If you need to be able to work on files from your office computer, there are services you can use like GoToMyComputer that allow you access to your office computer from any computer that you have access to. Setting up a service like this is not only beneficial when you are sick, but telecommuting software allows for the ability to work anywhere such as a home office, in the car, at a coffee shop or even while on vacation.  But nothing beats working in your serviced office space Toronto.

Many people have asked me what a serviced office space is. I will often tell them to visit the Telsec website, or to look it up on Wikipedia.  According to Wikipedia

“A serviced office also known as an “executive suite” or ‘executive space’ is an office or office building that is fully equipped and managed by a facility management company, which then rents individual offices or floors to other companies. Serviced offices, which are also referred to as managed offices, business centers, executive suites or executive centers, are often found in the businesss districts of large cities around the world.

Companies offering serviced offices are generally able to offer more flexible rental terms, as opposed to a conventional leased office which may require furnishing, equipment, and more restrictive leases. Space is normally flexible, allowing for additional space to be allocated at short notice, should the size of an individual business change. Serviced office providers often allow tenants to share reception services, business machines and other resources, providing reduced costs and access to equipment which may otherwise be unaffordable.”

Call Josie at  (416) 363-9035  to make an appointment to see your serviced office space.

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