No matter what the industry, small business owners can likely agree on one thing: Finding cost saving ideas for the workplace is essential.
We’ve tackled a number of ways to help small business owners find ways to save energy at work. Posts have included everything from energy-saving tips on heating and cooling to a checklist of ways to save on energy costs. Here, we’re going to tackle energy savings in the break room.
The “break room” — or any other communal area shared by a group of employees — isn’t always top of mind when businesses consider cost saving ideas for the workplace. After all, it doesn’t house computers (that can be shut down or put into sleep mode, which saves energy), and the heating system is likely already part of an overall plan for ways to save energy at work. But ignoring the potential energy savings in the break room is a mistake. Here are some ways you can save.
Saving money in the break room could be just a matter of making some small changes to your normal routine, and it’s one of the ways to save money at work without touching salaries, benefits or other important expenses. And this is just the tip of the iceberg — you could be saving money on heating and cooling, for example, in ways you might not have considered. Be sure to check out this roundup of ways to save on energy costs so that you can be running as cost-effective a business as possible!
New year, new business insights. Here at Constellation, we hope that 2017 has been great for your small business, and that our small business resources helped aid that greatness!
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