According to new research on coworking and remote work, more than 71% of workers who used coworking prior to the pandemic plan to return to it. Remote work is also faring well, with most people enjoying a flexible schedule along with cost savings and improved productivity.
June 15, 2020
A recent survey by Genlser found that the majority of U.S. workers want to go back to the office, with only 12% of U.S. workers saying they want to work from home full-time. Those who want to go back to the office, however, want to see some critical changes take place.
June 12, 2020
The office won’t die, but it will change, and the future of the workplace for those who are willing to accept this change will be extraordinarily different.
June 9, 2020
Over 1,500 people attended the GWA Virtual Conference, to learn how to adapt to the changing business landscape. Allwork.Space’s 5 top takeaways feature the rise of suburban coworking, workspace design, and the shift in operating models.
June 8, 2020
Long-term, potentially permanent, changes that the workplace will experience due to the pandemic include an uptick in biophilic design and an increased focus in technology.
June 5, 2020
Women-focused coworking operator, The Riveter, is shutting down all of its locations — but the pandemic isn’t entirely to blame. Here’s how this high-profile closure will impact the coworking industry.
June 3, 2020
Ryan Simonetti, CEO and co-founder of Convene, discusses best practice protocols, how Convene is adapting to the current situation.
June 2, 2020
New research finds that employees are enjoying their new-found flexibility and ability to work remotely — but they are missing in-person collaboration. The office is deemed a “critical place” for meaningful connections, meetings and chance encounters with coworkers, which cannot be replicated online.
May 29, 2020
We can learn a lot about the evolving future of work by understanding the changing work dynamics of the past. Remote work was already happening, but change was slow. Enter 2020 and a global health crisis, and suddenly a trend that should have been decades away is happening now. Robert Kropp takes a long hard look at the remote work tipping point and examines how it will permanently change the way we work.
May 28, 2020
The health crisis is accelerating trends that have been emerging in recent years, including remote work policies and having the flexibility to work from satellite offices closer to home. As we move toward the future of work, these trends will likely become permanent even after the pandemic is over.
May 22, 2020
As lockdowns are gradually lifted and people begin to head back to work, flexible workspace operators are making changes to ensure they can reopen their spaces safely. These steps offer a starting point and guidance to help operators address the key considerations for a safe, healthy workspace.
May 19, 2020
Remote work is, and will continue to be, the new normal. However, few companies have had time to prepare for this change. These 5 leadership models are essential for managing a remote workforce successfully, now and in the future.
May 15, 2020
Many independent coworking spaces have been devastated by the pandemic but have not received grants or government support. Save Our Local Coworking is a new campaign that has been set up by the UK Coworking Assembly to try and secure a future for independent spaces across the UK and Europe.
May 14, 2020
In a Q&A for Allwork.Space, Jonathan Weinnbrenn explains BE.Spoke’s strategies for re-imagining and re-opening their workspaces to enable clients and staff a safe return to work, and discusses the future impact of COVID-19 on the wider workplace industry.
May 11, 2020