It’s every company’s dream, right? Attracting so many customers that they need to hire hundreds of new people, suss out new office space, order new furniture and IT equipment, create new employee programming, and design and implement new processes.
These are exciting times, but all of the new-ness can lead to pure chaos. It’s often the office management and facilities teams that oversee the responsibility of finding new products to order, vendors to work with, and ensuring everyone around the offices gets taken care of. This can be especially stressful because growing headcount means ordering quantities fluctuate, it’s difficult to pin down (and manage) a budget, and an extra set of hands would always be helpful but can never be found.