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Earlier this year, Upwork released their third annual Future Workforce Report detailing responses from over 1,000 hiring managers based in the U.S. on their viewpoints and attitudes on the changing workplace.

Here are some key points from the 40-page report:

  • Over half (53%) of younger generation hiring managers say talent scarcity and access to skills are their biggest hiring challenges.
  • Younger hiring managers are likely to support: remote teams, see the need for re-skilling, prioritize workforce planning and leverage freelance more readily.
  • Of the younger hiring managers, they estimate that 2 out of 5 full-time employees will work remotely in three years.
  • Compared to Baby Boomers, Millennials and GenZs are 2x more likely to say they are ‘very confident’ in their company’s future workforce planning strategy compared with Baby Boomers.
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Many of the hiring managers surveyed said they expect up to 38% of their full-time staff to be working remotely in the next decade.

So what is a virtual office?

A virtual office is a set-up brought forth by a company that can provide a means in which remote employees can “hang” their business licenses.

This is ideal for people who don’t work in an office and don’t want to: providing remote employees with the ability to have a corporate mailing address and a live receptionist who answers and forwards business calls. A virtual office gives you a concrete, professional facility in which to have a location for meetings in a private office or conference room.

Essentially, a virtual office is a way to have an office without going to the office every day. Work from home or on the road or from other countries without sacrificing the professionalism of owning an executive office.

Virtual offices in Las Vegas

Davinci Virtual

Pros:

  • Great prices
  • 12 locations in Las Vegas
  • Complimentary online notary
  • Use of address

Cons: 

  • ‍Option for live receptionist requires an additional fee

Average price: $65 a month. More information and pricing can be found here.

Regus

Pros: 

  • ‍Pedigree business lounges
  • ‍16 locations in Las Vegas
  • ‍Complimentary license hanging
  • ‍Live receptionist answer with virtual office package

Cons: 

  • ‍High price

Average price: $110 a month. More information and pricing can be found here.

Lakes Suites

Pros: 

  • ‍Great pricing
  • Optional package for executive office space
  • ‍Complimentary license hanging

Cons: 

  • ‍Only one location in Las Vegas

Average price: $160 a month. More information and pricing can be found here.

Opus Virtual Office

Pros:

  • Lowest live receptionist fee 
  • Free first month with 12-month contract
  • Complimentary license hanging

Cons: 

  • ‍Only 3 locations in Las Vegas
  • ‍Does not offer conference rooms, executive offices, or mail forwarding

Average price: $99 a month. More information and pricing can be found here.

St. Rose

Pros:

  • Great overall value with package notification
  • On-site private mailbox
  • Unlimited call forwarding

Cons:

  • Low availability due to number of rentals
  • Does not offer option for license hanging

Average price: $115 a month. More information and pricing can be found here.‍Las Vegas Virtual Offices Comparison

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