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Women Don't Want Kids

62% of Women Don’t Want Kids – This Is Bad News For The Future Of Work

Women are increasingly choosing to not have children, and some societies have already seen the effects – such as a massive decline in the workforce. For women, not having children would allow them to better focus on their careers and to save money.

By: Emma Ascott

October 4, 2021

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These Startups Have Cracked The Code Of Talent Attraction In A Tight Labor Market

These Startups Have Cracked The Code Of Talent Attraction In A Tight Labor Market

Want to know how to attract and retain talent during a tight labor market? Learn from LinkedIn’s top ten startups. They’re moving away from traditional perks and focusing on fostering personal growth, with mentorships, job rotations, upskilling, training programs, and tuition reimbursement. Learn more in this Q&A.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

October 1, 2021

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Give Employees Purpose and Ownership at Work and They Will Stay

Give Employees Purpose and Ownership at Work and They Will Stay, Experts Say

The first step to enabling your workers to identify the importance of their work is to define your organization’s purpose. Your SMB’s purpose is the only thing you have direct control over.

By: Kate Tattersfield

October 1, 2021

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Companies Are Moving To Offices That Align With Their ESG Goals

Go Green Or Go Home: Companies Are Moving To Offices That Align With Their ESG Goals

Sustainability has risen to the top of the corporate agenda; flexible workspace need to prioritize ESG or they risk losing the potential of attracting and retaining corporate clients.

By: Kate Tattersfield

October 1, 2021

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The 3 Biggest Coworking Trends Shaping Up For 2022

The 3 Biggest Coworking Trends Shaping Up For 2022

The global coworking industry is still on a growth trajectory that will help it surpass $13.03 billion by 2025. Jon Muller of Ergonomic Trends shares 3 of the biggest coworking trends shaping the industry as we head into Q4 of 2021 and 2022.

By: Jon Muller

September 30, 2021

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DEI Efforts Are At Risk As Women Take Up Homes-schooling At Unprecedented Rate

DE&I Efforts Are At Risk As Women Take Up Homes-schooling At Unprecedented Rate

Balancing home-schooling with remote working has proved to be a challenge for many working parents in the past year. Many working moms have had to quit their jobs or find flexible coworking spaces that make accommodations for children.

By: Emma Ascott

September 30, 2021

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IWG Is Considering A Multi-Billion Pound Break Up

IWG Is Considering A Multi-Billion Pound Break Up

IWG is reportedly considering a breakup plan that would involve splitting its different brands into distinct companies, which could create more value for IWG shareholders. A potential announcement could be made later in the fall.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

September 29, 2021

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Google Urban Recovery and Hybrid Work

Google’s $2 Billion Wager on Urban Recovery and Hybrid Work

Google’s high-profile purchase in Manhattan may be connected to its initiatives to expand to more diverse areas, a belief in urban renewal — and grow its real estate portfolio.

By: Daniel Lehewych

September 28, 2021

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This Is The One Element Missing From The Hybrid Workplace Conversation

This Is The One Element Missing From The Hybrid Workplace Conversation

Hybrid work is here to stay, but according to CEO Nadia Tatlow, you only get the positive side of the office if other people are there, too. To build a positive experience and for the hybrid work model to be successful, it needs to be balanced — that’s why it’s important to be intentional about which days employees use the office.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

September 28, 2021

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Will The Great Resignation Increase Demand For Flexible Workspaces

Will “The Great Resignation” Increase Demand For Flexible Workspaces?

Four million Americans quit their jobs in April according to the Labor Department. Because so many people are quitting their jobs and beginning to venture off into doing their own thing – such as starting a business – it’s projected that demand for flexible coworking spaces will increase.

By: Emma Ascott

September 27, 2021

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Some Companies Are Getting Rid Of Drug Testing

Some Companies Are Getting Rid Of Drug Testing, Here’s Why You May Want To Follow Suit

Many companies still require drug tests for their employees or prospects and condemn drug use, even in states where substances like cannabis are completely legal.

By: Aayat Ali

September 24, 2021

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Millennial Income and Wealth Lower Than Previous Generations

Avocado Toast or Not, Millennials’ Income Woefully Low Compared to Previous Generations

Education and employment do not equal economic control (or success) for today’s millennials, but they are finding new ways to succeed.

By: Gemma Church

September 23, 2021

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The Labor Shortage Will (Eventually) Be Good for Employees and Businesses

The Labor Shortage Will (Eventually) Be Good for Employees and Businesses, Here’s Why

The pandemic gave workers a taste of remote and hybrid work. This experience provided a more flexible work-life and increased productivity. The shortage of workers and skill gap creates an opportunity for better working conditions and pay as work conditions evolve.

By: Daniel Lehewych

September 22, 2021

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WeWork Will Finally Go Public

Two Years After Its Failed IPO, WeWork Will (Finally) Go Public

Two years after its failed IPO under then CEO, Adam Neumann, WeWork is finally set to go public. The company is due to begin trading in late October, 2021, on the New York Stock Exchange.

By: Cecilia Amador de San José

September 21, 2021

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DEI programs facilitate better workplaces

Will DE&I Gains Regress With The Rise Of Remote And Hybrid Work?

Given the unique set of challenges that remote and hybrid work presents to DE&I efforts, workers and employers alike need to be vigilant so that the gains made are not abruptly lost.   

By: Daniel Lehewych

September 21, 2021

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