Support Services and Meeting Rooms When Working From Home

By Office Space Toronto In standard22nd February, 2013

This is blog 4 in a series of blogs about the “Challenges of Working from Home Rather Than at an Office Space Toronto“. In this blog we are discussing how when working from home, you also have challenges with support services – no place to meet and sometimes just not having enough space when you

Balancing Work and Home Life When Working From Home

By Office Space Toronto In standard21st February, 2013

In our blogs series about the Challenges of Working from Home Rather Than at an Office Space Toronto, we have talked about dealing with distractions from family and friends as well as the professional appearance of an Office Space Toronto While Working From Home. Finding the balance between work and home life when working from

Professional Appearance of an Office Space Toronto While Working From Home

By Office Space Toronto In standard20th February, 2013

This is the second blog in a series about the Challenges of Working from Home Rather Than at an Office Space Toronto. The fact is that working at home is not the trend of the future – it is the trend of today. We discussed previously that many do not realize that operating a business at

Challenges of Working from Home Rather Than at an Office Space Toronto

By Office Space Toronto In standard19th February, 2013

Working at home is not the trend of the future, but the reality of today. As more and more people leave corporate life for a simpler and relaxed business environment or consulting career, many people who are starting up their businesses often choose to start by establishing a home-based office rather than an office space Toronto.

Are Teachers’ PD Days Good For Small Business?

By Office Space Toronto In standard15th February, 2013

Professional Development (PD) days for teachers are not always good for parents, especially those who run their own businesses. The idea behind these days is for teachers to get a chance to upgrade their skills and learn new, more effective teaching techniques. But the negative side is that parents who work full time are having to

Walter Cronkite Predicted The Virtual Office in 1967

By Office Space Toronto In standard13th February, 2013

Watching a video from 1967 can often bring humour to many people under 45 who were not even born then. It was quite enlightening, however, to watch a video from 1967 with Walter Cronkite talking about the predictions of what a home office space would look like in the 21st Century. It was amazing how

A New Trend Might Be Going Back into Seminar Training Rooms

By Office Space Toronto In standard11th February, 2013

The trend over the past decade has been that less and less people are traveling for seminars and conferences and doing things via teleconference and Internet web conferences for training and educational purposes. This trend is not only saving businesses a great deal of money in travel expenses, but it can be much less stressful

A Rant About Fake Facebook “Like” Requests

By Ian In standard9th February, 2013

As many of my friends know, I am not only a tenant at Telsec, but I also write some blogs for them and sometimes endorse them on my own Facebook account. I have requested permission of the Telsec management to write this little rant, because I am really beginning to find myself being sick and

Snow Storms and Office Space Toronto

By Ian In standard8th February, 2013

Did you wake up this morning at your normal time and expect to get to work on time? Obviously you did not watch or listen to the weather forecast last night. Some call that “Not Doing Your Homework”; others will say that you planned on just plowing through because you have a vehicle to do

Having Shared Office Space Toronto Can be Good in Many Ways

By Office Space Toronto In standard7th February, 2013

Having shared office space Toronto can be good in many ways, but let us first tell you what Toronto shared offices are. There are many businesses and entrepreneurs who need office space Toronto, but they do not need a full-time downtown Toronto office space. What they need is a desk to work from (to do paperwork or