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Additional COVID-19 Precautions

 

It is extremely important to us at desk chair Workspace to keep our members safe and our space clean. Coworking communities, as a service, thrive to allow professionals to have an area outside of their home or remote workplace to be productive as possible, and we want to be able to facilitate that need.

In order to help keep our facility functioning and safe, we have implemented some new changes to the building such as our new HVAC purifying system. While this may not be a feature we see on the day-to-day, it is extremely valuable to the health and well-being of our members and staff.

The pandemic has heightened all of our awareness surrounding health topics and daily activities that could put our health at risk.

Things we are doing: 

 

  • Blue light surface disinfector
  • Hand sanitizer dispensers
  • Sneeze guards in hot desk area
  • Mandatory maks in common areas
  • Socially distanced Dedicated Desk area
  • Motion censored lights and sinks
  • Air purifying system in the HVAC system 

Read More About Our New System And Why It Is So Important Right Now.

 

“GPS’ technologies are meant for “POP” The three primaiy contributors to poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) are: Particulates Odor & Pathogens.

Particulates: During the GPS cleaning process, air­borne particulates (dust, pet dander, pollen) are treated and theQ drawn together increasing their size and mass. Larger particulates are more easily captured effectively increasing the efficiency of a home’s air filters.

Odor & Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs ): During the GPS cleaning process, cooking odors, pet odors and chemical odors, (like formaldehyde) are broken down into basic compounds free of any smell.

"Health has always been, and will continue to be desk chair’s main priority throughout all COVID-19 regulations and beyond."

The Team of desk chair Workspace

©2020 Desk Chair LLC

Why Offer a Coworking Stipend?

About 20-25 percent of the workforce works remotely regularly, according to Global Workplace Analysis. As that portion grows, so has requests from telecommuting workers for coworking stipends. Navigating the new remote-work status quo can be difficult for employers: Should you offer employees a coworking stipend?

Just like every business is unique, all remote-working situations are, too. Before you start fielding requests from remote workers – or workers looking to move out of the office – develop a policy that guides your request for a coworking stipend.

Why Offer a Coworking Stipend?

Your policy should consider:

  • Practicality: Offering coworking stipends to employees with traditional workplace arrangements is often unnecessary. Telecommuting employees, those hired in a remote city or when traditional office space is unavailable, are best suited to put a coworking stipend to best use.
  • Budget: A major advantage to coworking space is that it’s more cost-effective than setting up a traditional branch office. Shared office equipment, from printers to coffee makers, eliminates office set-up for a “plug-and-play” approach to having an office, and coworking facilities are much more scalable to individual employee needs.
  • Curtailing Future Expenses: A telecommuting workforce may be agile and fluid, but it can start to become expensive when employees start making requests for office equipment for their home. Sidestep many capital expenditure issues by providing access to a coworking space.
  • Employee Retention: America’s “loneliness epidemic” is heightened by telecommuting workers’ lack of contact with others, according to research presented by the Harvard Business Review.  Coworking spaces have been shown to help combat this complaint, helping companies retain remote workers.

A coworking stipend can help many remote workers feel more connected to their job and company, and it’s becoming an increasingly regular part of remote workers’ compensation and employment packages. Although you’ll need to develop a policy, offering remote workers a coworking stipend is often seen by many managers as a worthwhile investment.

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