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Many folks have learned to adapt in the new “Normal” of work. Hybrid jobs have been touted as the best way to handle your work life to ensure maximum flexibility. Please remember that Hybrid work is not remote work. It is more complicated to pull off as the worker must navigate the switch between their office for a certain number of hours a week and must also find a way to work from home or another place for part of their work week. This blog examines the cons and pros of hybrid work.
Coworking has been a very resilient option for the work force since it’s inception in the mid-2000’s. The ability of coworking providers to shift as the pandemic hit the US and beyond has proven to make for more choices for those seeking work from home alternative office spaces. Many wonder what the future will look like for the upcoming future for coworking office space. Let’s take a look at Coworking trends for 2022 and beyond?
As workers get back to the office and look for alternatives to work from home models many ask what is hybrid work and how will it look in the future?
The notion of work has changed over the past year or so and for many businesses work will never look the same again. If you are not already coworking chances are you may be, in the near future, as individuals branch out into sole entrepreneurships and new enterprises. The growth rate for coworking and shared space is growing and expanding. If you are apprehensive about this new work reality here are some things you can do to make your experience the best. Look at our tips that show how to thrive and survive in a coworking office.
Coworking is a trend that is here to stay. As work shifts into a semblance of the “new normal’ we see that workers will focus on continuing to prosper and grow their businesses. Coworking spaces with social distancing, open spaces and a feeling of working cooperatively will flourish. What are the main changes you may notice when coworking in the “New Normal”?
Millennials and Gen Z’ers are entering the work force in droves and they are changing the face of the culture of work. Many have a strong desire to be recognized for all of their talents and interests rather than one job title or the college they attended. A single title does not define them, they contend, and they have adopted work habits that reflect this. Read about Why polywork is the New Way to Achieve Personal Success.