Work from home was great for the pandemic three years ago. But we all know it’s not a long-term solution. Working from home was isolating: no coffee breaks, no water cooler chats and — dare I say it — not as many exciting work stories 🥱 It’s not only us:
The trend of remote working is at an all-time high
Looking back to our old jobs, we experienced more bad than good sides of working as a distributed team, for example by going crazy because of back pain, poor lunch breaks and calls with noisy neighbours & family members in the background.
Today, we at Hopp help companies and their employees to change that and work from anywhere they want
The Centralized Workspace-as-a-Service (WaaS) finally moves to a decentralized model. For everyone who doesn’t know what we talk about: Workspace as a service (WaaS) is a “type of desktop virtualization that corporations utilize to present their employees with access to business-related information and data from any place using the employee’s device of choice.” Short: Your benefits, we will tell you in brief, are enormous 📈
What does remote working look like to our team, and how does it make a difference to their lives?
As a fully remote working team, everyone on our team has to access our workspace booking service. This means:
- Working from different cities (or countries) is not a problem ✈️
- We spend time with greater productivity, often together with people we really like to have around us 🚀🧑🏽🤝🧑🏽
- We benefit from discounts on local restaurants and other services offered by our flexible workspace partners ✨
- Our overall company satisfaction is high, and our social bees are more than happy 😄
These are just a few out of many reasons why our Workspace-as-a-Service connects companies and their remote employees successfully to flexible workspaces and their communities.
Flexible working is not a new concept, but finally, you can save money and time.
If you’re reading this, I’m sure you have friends or colleagues who work from home or at least in unconventional offices. However, flexible timing isn’t directly connected to flexible working since it doesn’t make sense to talk about working hours in the first place if there isn’t an office. But more and more remote-first companies find these new tools for improving their communication and handling the challenges of being so distributed. We believe that the quality of our products and our company culture are directly related to our team’s happiness. We’re inspired by our team and engage them in many ways
From our experience, remote working is a viable option.
The best option. 🥇
If a team of professionals, acting responsibly and with mutual respect, is guided by the right kind of tools and mindset, flexible work can be a key to bringing out the best in people. It allows for greater freedom within a company (provided specific rules are in place), and we are happy to help you with that.