This year, change has been inevitable. With the effects of COVID-19 still lingering, we’re constantly looking for new ways to adapt in the post-COVID world. As companies began to send their employees back into the office, many organizations are taking a look at how their employees functioned best during this work-from-home phase and are discovering that it’s not always in a day-to-day office environment!
While it remains true that some employees will prefer to remain in a traditional office setting for a 5-day work week, others will continue to work from home or come into the office a few days per week. Co-working spaces, such as Seed Workspace in Delray Beach, Florida, have an advantage in this current climate for a number of reasons.
If we have learned anything in 2020, it’s that we need to be flexible. Co-working spaces allow for less commitment, meaning a space to work could be rented for hours, days, weeks or months at a time!
Typical offices generally have cubicles or dozens of desks with a few individual offices for executives. A co-working space offers a number of options to fit an individual’s needs. Whether you need a dedicated desk that you’ll use every day, an office to fit a few employees, a conference room to hold a meeting, an open area to collaborate or a private office, co-working spaces typically have a number of floor plans to choose from.
Co-working spaces consist of members from all different types of backgrounds, including freelancers, growing start-ups, established businesses and much more. They’re also always gaining new members, allowing for dozens of opportunities to network.
Increased Productivity Levels
When workers are not surrounded by people from their specific organization every day, it cuts down on direct competition and the desire to fit in. People are able to act more like themselves and overall, more productive.
Humans crave social interaction at some point, especially this year. Co-working spaces are valuable because they offer opportunities for members to socialize. Whether it’s through young professional events, office tours, networking mixers or potlucks, it’s easy to feel a sense of community within a co-working space.
Thinking about making the switch to a co-working space? Our team would love to give you a tour of Seed Workspace. Stop by our office for a tour at 900 Linton Blvd. on level two or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.