How to Face the Change When Moving Office to Holland Park
There are moments from the life in the big cities and capitals, when a person feels like there is no air to breathe and that like someone has caught your throat and is holding is so tight as if you will never inhale again. This may not be a problem of one or two people. It is a result of the pollution, the tall buildings, that are hanging over our heads, and the crowded places, the everyday travelling in the subway, where so many strangers are surrounding you and still they are too close to you, so they inevitably make you feel uncomfortable most of the time.
There is a part of the British capital that will reveal spots in front of your eyes, you have never imagined are exiting in the big city. Many of those who are reading and know the capital well enough may have already guessed this is referring to a part in Western London called Holland Park. The part with the park in the title of the area is not something only added to make it sound better. Except being a name for the residential zone, there is also a real park called the same. It is the home of one of the most amazing gardens in London city. The Kiyoto Garden, located within the borders of the larger park is donated from the country of Japan, and especially the Chamber of Commerce of the city. This one of the many breathing places in the capital consists of a medium-sized pound and waterfall.
All this talk about this are of London, almost looking like oasis in the middle of the city may make you want to get there immediately, but there are some simple things you have to know for the relocations. It is not an easy thing at all and when your boss announces the news for the moving of the company you have to prepare yourself for the process.
Like most of the articles concerning the issues with the relocation are made to help the management deal with the situation, here is one guide for the ordinary employee. As the time for the packing is coming closer, use the chance to organize your paperwork better. Take every document and paper and revise it. Sort out the useful things and recycle the rest if it is all right with the company policy. This will significantly decrease the amount of the archives that have to be transported. If you decide to skip this part of the relocation, you will have the company paying for the transport of useless papers which is something you do not want to be part of. If you sort the useful from the useless documents in your office, you will free much space for other things and be able to organize everything better.
As the organizing was mentioned, this is also the best moment to change the system of keeping the documents and replace it with another, which can be far more effective.
When it comes time to prepare the furniture for the relocation, be sure that you have carefully emptied all drawers and shelves. Otherwise you risk losing something important, because the job of the movers is to carry the stuff, not to take care of your papers.
Last but not least unplug the electronics in the office as computers and printers. Save the information and use an archive device if it is necessary. Use any original packaging for them in case you are keeping it.