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Hurricane Sandy Update

Most of our locations are open today but some remain closed in parts of New Jersey and Lower Manhattan that were hit hard by Hurricane Sandy.  Power outages are impacting some centers in the Northeast but the majority of our …


The perfect blend: A workplace solution that harnesses the synergy of the intergenerational workforce

Is it time to prepare for a clash of generations in the workplace? As late retirement becomes the new normal, there are now four generations at work at the same time for the first time in history. Spanning an age …


Mark Dixon’s Interview with Ray Hoffman of The Wall Street Journal

Regus CEO Mark Dixon has always been an entrepreneur and long before he created the word's largest provider of flexible workspaces, he tried his hand in many other businesses… some more successful than others. Mark started his first business at …


With old office habits eating up hundreds of hours a year, it’s time for a change of scene

  The office worker of 2012 is straddling two different time zones. On the one hand, 21st century technology lets them work anywhere. On the other, 20th-century work habits mean they are still expected in “the office”. Workers are feeling …


5 tips for beating stress…

As we approach 2013, stress is of growing concern to workers as well as businesses.  Regus research (English only) has identified the key causes of stress and how it impacts your bottom line. If we manage it better, we can all …


The entrepreneur’s 4-step guide to achieving business growth 

It’s tough out there—so says the latest Regus Business Confidence Index, which shows global confidence has fallen by two points since April 2012. Countless companies, and even some countries, are struggling and may go bust. Unsurprisingly, this affects business confidence …


Time for a change of scene

  The old-fashioned commute to the office is draining the energy and time out of the US economy and its workers. So desperate are people for a break that almost a third would take a reduction in paid vacation, and …


How to save money in tough times

When times are hard, the cry always goes up to cut costs. It’s not the best place to start. Over the past century or more, economists have come to realize that in a downturn, if you cut and cut again, …


GALLERY: Third Place offices – the best places to work? You decide…

Offices are changing. Wires, paper, books, computers, phones, stationary … they’re all on their way out, and they’re being replaced with singular multifunction devices. Tablets and smartphones are changing the way we work and where we work. The result is …


If disaster strikes, how will your business get back on track?

Fire. Flooding. Data loss. Even terrorism. It’s unpleasant to think about, isn’t it? And maybe that's why Regus research found that only half of companies around the world have a plan in place.  Downtime following a crisis can be hugely …


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