Bulky, heavy, awkwardly-shaped, and expensive—there’s no doubt about it, office furniture is cumbersome to move. The key to ensuring it arrives in good condition? Preparation. Keep reading for our expert advice.
Taking steps to streamline the relocation process and showing that you support your employee during their move can reduce their stress and help them settle in (and get back to business) as soon as possible. Read on to discover 10 rules for successfully relocating your employees.
From specialized components to full engines and transmissions, auto parts are often heavy and irregularly shaped, which can make them seem difficult to ship. Good news for gearheads: shipping auto parts over a long distance isn’t as complicated as you might think.
Whether you're helping a new hire move or you're transferring an employee from one office to another, relocating your employees can be a big investment. There are 3 factors to consider when you're deciding if a moving or shipping partner is a good fit for your company. Read more on UrbanBound.
Relocating your company may be a necessary and important step for your business, but like moving homes, it can cause a lot of stress. Here are seven ways to ensure your workers feel excited and engaged throughout the moving process.
Filing cabinets are overflowing, quarters are cramped, the decibels are rising, and finding a meeting room to fit your team is a pipe dream. Sound familiar? If visions of your overcrowded workspace are dancing in your head, it might be time to start thinking about upgrading your office.
The key to successfully moving your office is to plan the process from start to finish, and the best way to do that is to create a detailed project plan that covers all aspects of your move. Not sure how to get started? Follow these steps.