Anyone who has shifted their company site will attest to the enormous task involved. Moving a business may be, to put it mildly, a significant endeavor. Our team at Hughes Marino has accumulated extensive knowledge by observing the nuances of moving a business.
Over the years, we have represented businesses in their lease negotiations and assisted in planning, build-out, tenant improvements, and expansions. At Hughes Marino, we love sharing as much insight as possible to help our clients feel ready and informed. Planning and maintaining organization are crucial to make sure the transition happens as smoothly as possible.
Also, to make your team eager to tackle the next step in the trip. Businesses must approach office space with their staff as a primary consideration to remain competitive as they manage workplace policies in a post-pandemic world. Companies such as Hughes Marino want their teams to enjoy their workspace and office environment while also considering their emotional and physical well-being and adapting to maximize their workflow and productivity, regardless of where the work is being done.
This is done to attract and retain employees. As businesses develop regulations for this new workplace, most require some return to work, from a few days a month to a weekly hybrid model. At Hughes Marino, despite the occasional reluctance to adopt these policies, there are fortunately several approaches that organizations may take into account to make the transition simpler and even pleasurable for their workers.
Our team is tremendously proud of its culture, and I am so proud of each of our teammates who helped shape it and made it what it is today. We had spent the ten years before the pandemic developing our culture, and we knew we had to preserve it even in the most trying circumstances. At Hughes Marino, we grew even more bonded as a team. We energized our culture to something even better than what we had previously by leaning into our core principles and our relationships with one another.