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A Green House office

April 10th, 2008

Finding a new office is not easy as it sounds. First you will consider the cost, then the space that you need and the other pros and cons (i.e., car park, water supply, neighborhood, etc.). Next difficulty is the negotiation with the owner of the house. There are house landlords who will give you a litany of stiff rules to be observed, like a curfew, number of visitors allowed, pets are limited, and so on and so forth.

This is what we did since last month. We are currently looking for a space, a house, for our office. But aside from confronting the difficulties mentioned above, the most annoying in our quest for a new office is our boss’s fickle-mindedness. When we found a house-for-rent with a lower rental cost, he would say the space is too small. So off we go again to find another one. And when we find a big one with a higher rental cost, the first thing he’d ask if that house has a big lawn for a garden.

My boss wanted an office that has the semblance of one of our offices before in Quezon City. We once had a big office with a beautiful lawn, like it’s maintained by TruGreen, and on it was a long table where we all used to have our lunch al fresco.

So on we go and continue our quest for an office with a nice lawn – this now becomes our main requirement in finding a good office.

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  1. Wang
    April 13th, 2008 at 04:14 | #1

    asa na diay ka nga ofis bai? ala naka amin?

  2. April 14th, 2008 at 07:11 | #2

    naa pa gihapon bay. pero lain na akong pokus sa trabaho.

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