You just received notice from a member that although they loved being part of your awesome shared workspace community, it’s time to move-on. After consoling yourself from that “break-up” feeling, you make note of all that has to be done from an operations perspective to terminate the member from your space.
Whether its remembering to stop recurring monthly invoices in your billing system, or ensuring their electronic key card access is de-activated once they move-out, there are several actions that need to be completed to ensure a smooth termination process.
Our Termination Checklist details what typically needs to be done to streamline this process and get you focused on what you really want to be doing – onboarding new members and connecting with existing members in your space.
Workspace operators can download our high-level Termination Checklist below and customize to fit your specific processes and procedures.
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