Telecommuting is a hot option for employees these days. It gives people the opportunity to work from home while the company benefits from reduced property costs and increased productivity, not to mention a more diverse work staff. And think of the footy pajamas! But then again, without the space and privacy of a real office, these people often face more frequent distractions. No company wants the incessant doorbell interruptions, personal phone calls, dryer buzzers, and family and friends who aren’t quite convinced that “working from home” really means work.
OfficePOD designed the solution for consumers to “unblur” the lines between work and home life. About the size of a standard hotel bathroom, the seven-square-foot unit features desk space, cabinets and shelving, and fits easily in most backyards. The OfficePOD handles it all: site survey, installation, continuous customer service help and POD relocation if necessary. Constructed with the environment in mind, the makers used recycled and recyclable products, as well as natural materials wherever possible. The small, well-insulated space is cooled by an energy efficient system.
As an alternative to the construction of buildings or rental of additional offices, OfficePOD caters to the ever-changing corporate world as well, one POD at a time. Leases on the units are flexible and short-term to accommodate corporate fluctuation and relocation needs for personnel. Order the POD and have it installed within 12 weeks and removed or relocated within eight weeks.
The work-from-home trend is here to stay, with the plus-sides far outweighing the disadvantages. OfficePOD has done for space what cell phones and internet access did for communication. The modular building opened the door to the ultimate telecommuter’s work space away from the office.
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