Back To Daily Digest

How coworking can help working parents

About 4 million U.S. workers work from home for a portion of the week. As traditional workstyles are swiftly changing, coworking space options have grown in range to include childcare services to accommodate working parents.

Employees can work on their projects in a productive office, while their children are looked after and engaged in educational activities. There are many options around the country that allow working parents to balance work goals with their home life.

Austin-based flexible office The Hive contains a community of working moms and dads who can enjoy bonding with their children in the on-site cafe, then get to work on their next task.

The Hive does not provide full-time daycare services, so children can stay up to four hours per day and no more than 12 hours per week.

Nido is a non-profit coworking office in Durham that contains a Montessori Preschool and offers a summer camp between June and August.

The Latest News
Delivered To Your Inbox

The childcare program offers half-day memberships during the school year, as well as both half-day and full-day options in the summer.

Biz Lounge in Walton Beach, Fla. offers the Bizzy Bodies Playroom that gives children arts and crafts lessons, story time and more.

The program also allows weekly playdates, where parents can join in on the activities and bond with their children.

The Cube is a Maryland coworking space that offers childcare services from grandmothers. Parents can have a productive workday while trusting their children are in the care of a trustworthy staff.

The flexible office also encourages parents to join in on certain activities with their kids to enjoy a break from everyday work stress.

Latest on Daily Digest

Workspace intermediary firm rebrands to reflect long-term relationships

Officebroker.com is rebranding as Officio to move away from the broker model and aid clients in finding long-term solutions, rather than completing short-term goals.
The We Company hires designer for city initiative

The We Company has taken its next step in its future city initiative by hiring designer Dror Benshetrit of Studio Dror and Di-Ann Eisnor, the head of growth at Waze.
Dallas-Fort Worth is emerging as a big player in the coworking market

JLL research revealed that Dallas-Fort Worth is ranked 12th out of the country’s top 15 coworking and flexible space markets, taking up 3 million square feet of space.
LABS expands its North London presence even further

Office provider LABS has launched its 96,100 square foot flagship property LABS House in Bloomsbury, London that features coworking, offices, and full-service dining.
Female empowerment organizations team up

Social club The Wing is offering up space at all of its locations to the Time’s Up movement, where both organizations will team up to support victims of sexual misconduct.
Modern office interiors aren’t enough to win over young talent

Cool office interiors are ideal at first glance, but looking into a company’s principles, such as gender equality and flexibility, will be the factors that retain talent.
2018’s office market proved to be a high point for the industry

Colliers International revealed the success of the office market last year due to high demand for coworking and tech firms, but predictions for 2019 are uncertain.
Office design trends to look out for in 2019

2019 is expected to see a continuation of evolving office design trends, such as the coworking spaces, biophilia, ergonomic furniture, breakout areas, and much more.
REITs allow coworking providers to balance out potential risks and rewards

Shared office space providers as tenants have become the norm for many landlords and building owners, and now many REITs have adopted coworking as it continues to expand.
Brookfield and Convene team up for Lower Manhattan multi-use space

Brookfield Properties has teamed up with Convene to spruce up the 73,000 square foot Brookfield Place into a full-service events venue that accommodates up to 500 people.
WeWork continues down its data tracking path

WeWork has acquired Euclid, a company that uses WiFi to track the movements of a person within a space, in its aim to observe how members intend to utilize its spaces.
Coworking operators need to evaluate expansion in order to survive

Many coworking operators pride themselves on massive, rampant expansion, but some industry experts believe this growth could lead to failure and consolidation in 2019.
Ad

FOLLOW US

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • RSS
  • instagram
  • pinterest
Ad

POPULAR ARTICLES