New answers tagged mezuzah
He does not own or rent the space and has no legal or halachik right to it, therefore he is not obligated in a mezuzah. If he wanted to put one up, it could arguably be a problem since he might not be able to guarantee its respectful removal if he moved on from that job and forgot it there. (If he did, he would not make a bracha.)
As far as I know and can tell from a few sources, in general shehecheyanu is NOT said for mezuzah. However, if the mezuzah is being affixed ready for entry into a new house, then many say it should be said, but some prefer also to wear a new garment/eat a new fruit and bless once to cover all. ...
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