One-day work stoppages by teachers have been happening around the province. But Tuesday they will hit home for those with office space Toronto who have children in elementary school. Last week when one York Region area was affected by the one-day strike, a few Toronto office space tenants who had children in those schools decided to work from home rather than at their downtown office space. Today, an office for rent Toronto client couple who lives in Hamilton decided to bring their son into the office and put him to work doing some filing.

So, much of the water-cooler conversations around the kitchens of our office space Toronto and in the line-up at Tim Hortons on the fourth-floor of the Toronto Star Building, involved what people in Toronto would do tomorrow when more schools were closed for the day. Those who had Toronto office space at Telsec who are able to work remotely from home intend to work at home as if it were a normal business day, simply because they can have their business calls transferred to their home telephone or cellphone. Some who need to be physically present in their office are choosing to find a family member or friend to take care of their children – or bring their kids to the office with them.

Bringing children to the office is probably the last resort for someone who works in a professional office environment, but they must decide if the child they bring is mature enough to understand that this is mommy’s or daddy’s workplace and not a playground. Parents also have to determine if they can find ways of keeping their child amused at their office space Toronto and busy the whole day without disturbing other office for lease Toronto tenants.

One office for rent Toronto client has three school-aged children and runs her own business, so bringing her children to her office space Toronto is not an option. Her husband (whose job allows him to use a sick day to take care of family) will be taking the day off work and taking care of the children. As a treat for his kids, he will be bring them to see mommy at her Toronto office space so they can have lunch with her before heading out to see Santa at the Toronto Eaton Centre. So this day that many claim is an inconvenience, is actually working quite well for some busy families like this one – because they normally do not have time on weekends to come downtown.