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Talking About Moving Truck Rentals

Hello, my name is Benjamin. Welcome to my site about moving truck rentals. When I had to move across the country for school, I was tasked with taking the moving truck from my hometown to my new residence. The process was a nightmare initially, largely due to my inexperience and unsure expectations. I wish I would have researched the process more before starting out. I learned a lot on the trip though, and now I want to share it with you. This site will cover all you need to know about securing, using and returning a moving truck rental. Please come back soon.

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4 Tips To Keep Employee Morale High During An Office Move

Even though your company's upcoming move might be a good thing for business, there is a chance that your employees aren't happy about it. Some people don't like change very much, and your employees might be concerned about the move. Plus, when changes happen in a company, a lot of rumors start spreading, and employees can begin to feel worried about their jobs. Luckily, there are ways that you can help keep morale high when your business is going through a big move. 

1. Let Your Employees Know Well in Advance A lot of people do not like surprises, and employees can get upset if they find out about company moves at the last minute. Some employees might have to prepare for the move, such as by finding child care that is located nearby or rearranging their method of transportation. Plus, you have to worry about information about the move leaking out and employees feeling nervous because they have not been notified. For these reasons and more, it's smart to let your employees know about the move as well in advance as possible.

2. Open Up the Lines of Communication Open lines of communication during the moving process can help make things easier and less stressful for everyone who is involved. Make sure that your employees know that they can come to you or other members of management if they have questions about the upcoming move, and make sure that you keep everyone posted about any changes in the moving plan. If your employees feel like you and your company are being completely transparent with them during this process, there is less of a chance that they will be worried.

3. Give Them a Tour Don't wait until your new office has opened up before you let your employees in. Consider arranging for a meeting or an office party at the new location ahead of time. This can give everyone a chance to see the new office. Plus, it's great practice to ensure that everyone knows how to get to the new location.

4. Choose the Right Moving Method Hiring a commercial moving company is a good idea because it allows employees to keep up with their normal jobs instead of worrying about the stresses of moving. However, you may want to give employees the chance to pack up their own office belongings -- some might feel more comfortable if they pack up these things themselves rather than relying on strangers to do so.

It can be tough to keep morale high when you're going through an office move. However, following these four tips can help improve the situation.