After the pandemic hit, the once blossoming coworking industry came crashing down, with no indication of making a grand recovery.
However, as companies large and small make adjustments to their own operations, coworking spaces have been able to revamp their services and open their doors to professionals who are eager to return to a new kind of office.
Although workers have become more productive working from home, some may wonder what the point of returning to the office is.
While yes, productivity has increased, there are numerous distractions that come from working from home such as childcare responsibilities, poor internet connection, and more. This may seem like small disruptions throughout the day, but these roadblocks can hurt the health and wellbeing of employees in the long-term.
That’s why operators have a responsibility to create an environment where professionals can be just as productive working in a coworking space as they do at home.
So what should this include? To create a truly distraction-free coworking space, operators should incorporate private offices, sound-proof technology, designated collaboration rooms, and hospitable amenities.
Not only does this create an atmosphere prime for productivity, but it offers more than the average office lease.