We have moved past from the traditional idea of an office. What used to bring us together in chit chats and short coffee breaks is no longer a blue glass building divided into departments, with Joe from finance we only get to see on the end-of-the-year office party, or Anne from uality Assurance with whom we only meet when heading to the printers.
As the era of freelance jobs, eLearning and technology trends arises, many are now able to choose their own working space. And opportunistic restaurant owners and managers are seeing that their eatery’s downtime can be a profit center. How can one get the best out of both worlds, a restaurant and an office merged? With some simple steps to follow, it is certainly possible.