“Youthful workers are looking for more work-life balance — that has been fairly consistent in the past four or five years,”.
More and more employers are looking at cutting costs and looking at the four day work week or more home office work completed, saving costs on keeping high bills of having office space open.
Employees are looking at lesser commute time and being closer to home.
The virtual business office removes the cost of office space, office equipment, training, benefits, software and no more hearing about how bad the commute was.
Virtual Offices are the way of the future and more and more small companies are going to virtual business offices in order to cut costs and still run an efficient office.
Jeffrey Styer is on this wave and riding it high, heading up Bachman-Styer LLC., of Minneapolis. A virtual business office geared towards the private practice of mental health and chemical dependency.
As the great John M. Richardson, Jr. once said, “When it comes to the future, there are three kinds of people: those who let it happen, those who make it happen, and those who wonder what happened.”
Styer, former Chief Operating Officer for Pride Institute of Minnesota has spent the past fifteen years forging his way in the healthcare industry and always looks to the future.