COVID-19 has changed the way we work and has forced us to rethink the way we do things. These challenges are creating opportunities to be more sustainable in our life and our work.
While coworking may seem like a space used for solopreneurs and freelancers, it will soon include larger organizations and be perceived as normal.
Social Isolation comes with drastic side effects that can affect not only our mental health but our work as well. This is why working in a shared coworking space can be beneficial for everyone involved, allowing one to get out of the house and be around other like minded people.
Coworking spaces also guarantee flexibility for not only the workers but companies as well. With normally little to no commitment time, organizations are able to rent out spaces for as long as they need, allowing larger offices to spread employees out to ensure the proper social distancing requirements.
Security is high and has become touchless and accessible through a simple app on one's phone. This allows for easy monitoring of people entering and exiting the space as well as reduces the need to touch access points. While offices attempt to reorganize their spaces coworking spaces can become a new way to facilitate remote working while ensuring maximum productivity.