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Cupertino Virtual Offices for the Night Owl


June

19

by Allison

Cupertino virtual officeIt’s tough to be a night owl in today’s society. Society rewards the early bird, and nearly every business and government service is set up to benefit morning people with their hours of operation. Most people also think that night owls are immature, irresponsible, and just want to sleep and not do any work. Not only are those stereotypes not true, but new research from the University of Madrid found that those who burn the midnight oil possess a certain kind of intelligence that’s linked to higher incomes and more prestigious jobs.

Think what you want about night owls. The point is that being a night owl is difficult because you have fewer options for work and work spaces because most places aren’t that flexible. Yet, one option that is very flexible is the virtual office. Here’s how a Cupertino virtual office, or any virtual office, is perfect for the night owl:

Virtual Receptionist Services

It’s not that night owls are lazy or unprofessional. It’s just that they aren’t working and productive at 8 a.m., when everyone else is working and being productive (at least trying to be, anyway). This doesn’t mean that night owls have to miss out completely on the first few hours of a business day. With a virtual office, night owls can have a virtual receptionist or secretary to handle any calls or mail that comes through in the morning. When the night owl is awake and ready to go, the correspondence is there and no one would ever suspect that you were sleeping the whole time.

24/7 Access

Cupertino virtual officesThe stereotype about night owls is that they don’t do much at all, since they are sleeping when everyone else is working. This is true in the morning, but since night owls typically stay up until 3 or 4 a.m., they are working at night when everyone else is sleeping. So, in reality, night owls are getting as much done as the rest of us, and maybe even more so because they get the peace and quiet of the night. Most virtual offices have 24/7 access, so night owls aren’t stuck working at home or don’t have to feel obligated to work at a certain time because that’s when the building is open. A night owl can get to the office when everyone else is leaving, and be able to work in the office without distractions because most people have left.

It’s Cost-Effective

If you’re a night owl currently working an early bird job, then the hard part for you would be rearranging your schedule and getting the flexibility you really need. With the virtual office, you can argue for this flexibility by showing how cost-effective a virtual office option can be for your organization. With virtual offices and telecommuting, the company can save money on office space and on utilities. Productivity isn’t wasted with night owls dragging in the morning, parents leaving early to tend to their kids, or absenteeism in general. Virtual offices can allow for life to take place without interfering with the work that needs to get done. It allows night owls to work when they are most productive, parents to work when their kids are sleeping or at school, and the rest to work from home or to take care of life’s little surprises when they come up.

The best thing about Cupertino virtual offices, and all other virtual offices, is that they are a workspace option for a variety of lifestyles. The hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. aren’t as convenient or as necessary as they used to be. Virtual offices can fit any lifestyle while fitting the traditional business schedule too.

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How a Virtual Office Could Improve Your Parenting

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