12 Ways to be a GREAT Lodger

Congrats, you're a Lodger! Now that you’ve moved in, you might be wondering how to make the most of our unique coworking space? Here’s a few tips to help you settle in.

1. Be FRIENDLY

Build your social currency. There’s incredible knowledge, skill & diversity at WorkLodge. Invest time in getting to know fellow Lodgers. Throw business their way if you can. We're all in this together.

2. Be SOCIAL

But not too social. Headphones on is the universal sign for ‘Do not Disturb’ if you need to get in the zone.

3. Be PHONE Friendly

In the open space. Respect the community and use headphones, watch the volume, avoid speakerphone (it just makes everything louder) and remember, vibrate was invented for a reason.

4. Be KIND

To everyone. Treat them as you would want to be treated. It's that easy.

5. Be RESPECTFUL

to fellow Lodgers. Book meeting rooms when you need them, cancel it when you don't.

6. Be CAREFUL

You break it, you buy it! Please help us by taking care of our stuff so you're visitors will continued to be WOWED.

7. Be CLASSY

We’re a workspace, not a mall. No signs or posters on windows please.

8. Be CLEAN & TIDY

If you spill it, we’d appreciate if you would clean it! Dirty mugs go in the kitchen and the fridge is for today only, not a weeks worth of lunches.

9. Be SAFE

Only let people in that are visiting you. We’ll handle the door. If they don’t have a key-card, there may be a reason for it. We want to ensure the safety for all of our members and staff.

10. Be CONSIDERATE

Smoke only in the smoking area, not on the Patio or 30ft from the doors. It’s the law and the rest of us don’t want to smell smoke!

11. Be PROFESSIONAL

We like kiddos too, just not in the space when people are working. The toys (think slide, beer, video games etc.) are for the kids at heart, over 21s only.

12. LOVE WorkLodge?

Help us spread the word! Check-in on Facebook or share your experience on Google or Yelp. You’ll benefit more as we keep growing and we REALLY appreciate the love!

We hope this helps. We're so glad you're part of the WorkLodge community.

WorkLodge Magazine