Coworking spaces are being adopted by more large companies aiming to eliminate the cost of under-utilized and empty office space, and also give employees greater flexibility when and where they work from. Although this is an important factor, coworking spaces offer a lot more than simply reducing business expenses.
The current shape of the economy, formed in no small part by the digital age, has given rise to a growing number of freelancers, telecommuters and start-ups. Rather than work in lonely isolation from coffee houses and home offices, more and more professionals are seeking a collaborative and cost-effective working space that promotes productivity.
There's been an increase in the number of professionals working outside of the conventional office environment. The most common alternative is working from home.
Many solo entrepreneurs and small business owners choose to work from home to save money. However, this may not be the best option for those looking to take advantage of the benefits a physical office can offer.
The concept of coworking has been around for decades, however since Covid the desire for flexible workspace solutions for employees and businesses has become more viable than ever.
There has been a recent trend of businesses moving out of their traditional, long-term leases and into leased office spaces that can be used on a more flexible basis.
In today's business world, hot desking has allowed people to move around desks within a day, making it useful for both self-employed people and large businesses corporates to keep productive and connected while on the move. Read on to find out more about hot desking and how it can benefit your business.
When a business downsizes the first thing that takes a hit is its credibility and public perception. Although a company may need to reduce either its physical or organisational size due to financial reasons, it’s important to not appear unstable.