The pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we work, with businesses considering all the options for how to keep their teams productive and motivated, wherever they’re based. Hybrid working – where staff work some of their time remotely, from home or elsewhere, and the rest of their time based within the
Being based at home certainly keeps overheads lower for small businesses looking to grow, without having to commit to an office rent, but how do you ensure you’re available for networking, have a professional place to meet, or can deal with phone calls and mail
What makes co-working so successful? There are the obvious reasons such as flexibility, productivity and reduced costs compared to taking on a permanent office, but it turns out that the social aspects are considered most important when choosing a co-working space.