Moving office is inevitable at some stage for most businesses. Companies may have to move office because of office lease expiry, to reduce costs, expand, merge with other companies or to restructure the business.

An office move can do wonders for employee morale and a new office location can open up a world of fresh contacts and opportunities. But while a company may view an office move as a simple matter of relocation, for the employee the issue is much more personal. There are a number of legal issues that, as employers, you will need when deciding to relocate your business. The good news is that help is at hand!
Help Moving Office, the moving office website which provides the information, tools and contacts needed for a successful office move, can put you in touch with the relevant legal specialists who can assist you with your office move. It has designed a “Moving Office Employment Law Checklist” to ensure employers adopt the best practice approach to your office move. This useful guide includes contractual considerations, redundancy matters, as well as practical issues such as transport and access to amenities. 
Finally, remember that how you undertake your office move (i.e. lawfully and according to best practice guidelines) will have a significant impact on employee morale and staff retention.
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