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Adjusting During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic situation has forced businesses and companies to rethink everything from workspaces to wellness policies. While many companies have encouraged their employees to work remotely, coworking spaces have been in a bit of a lurch by not being able to capitalize on this shift. Health and safety concerns...

Coworking for Introverts & Extroverts

First identified in the 1960s by psychologist Carl Jung, introverts and extroverts have a lengthy history of being the yin to the other’s yang. Jung observed that we distinguished the two extreme personalities types based on how they get and replenish energy. Introverts thrive and recharge under minimal stimulation and...

6 Benefits of Coworking for Lawyers

For lawyers, having a workspace that is both private and professional is paramount to business success and client privacy. Enter coworking spaces. While lawyers have traditionally huddled together in practices under brick and mortar roofs, coworking spaces can offer lawyers seeking to build their practices a similar advantage for a...

Coworking Etiquette for Beginners

As the coworking trend continues to rise across the nation, a survey conducted by Freshbooks indicates that the number of self-employed Americans could triple to 42 million by 2020. This points to a need for coworking space and statistics point to a significant jump globally in flexible commercial real estate. According to Allwork, the number of coworking spaces will increase by 6% annually...

How Co-working Can Benefit the Working Mother 

Co-working offers the right work-life balance solution for moms who work from home. These flexible office spaces provide a professional workplace free of distraction. You’ll also find professional meeting space for client meetings and other useful amenities.   It’s estimated that 2.2 million people around the world co-work. Offices like Work/Place provide membership packages...