Bring your own device policy: is it a good idea?
Companies with a BYOD policy don’t issue laptops or phones, and require employees to bring their own devices instead. New research indicates the effect on workers and the office environment.
Study Applying the coworking model in rural Germany
A study by Dr. Martin Engstler and Viktoria Pepler at Stuttgart Media University explores the application of coworking in rural contexts.
Five tips for running a business from your phone
Depending on your industry, you may be able to run a company entirely from your smartphone. Some tips, from Laura Gayle.
Difficulties of communicating on a remote team
Remote work is becoming more and more common, but good communication is still an issue. Here are some tips for working within a distributed team, from Nora Mork.
How to tailor your resume for remote work
Though working remotely is on the rise, most employers aren’t sold on it just yet. Here’s how to get around that hurdle when applying for remote jobs, by Chloe Bennet.
How to avoid being exploited as a freelancer
Starting out in the freelance world, it’s hard to tell when you’re being exploited. Freelancer Kayla Matthews shares some hard earned advice on how to protect your work—and your worth.
Why coworking is not the future of work
Originally, coworking served an emerging workforce. Now, it’s almost entirely focused on old school enterprise clients. What happened? The view here in India, and globally, from Umang Sood.
The smart city revolution
Your job should probably be remote
Emerging tech that will shape work in 2019
26 ecommerce tips for small business retailers
2019 projections on the corporate demand for coworking space
Austin and Dallas dominate the flexible office space market in Texas
How to raise your rates and keep your clients from walking away
The digital nomad dream, with an asterisk
Independent work in a bilingual and multi-country context
Having it all: coworking and childcare
Expensive lessons from building a #1 app
In defense of not using my degree
Single people turn to coworking to meet “the old fashioned way”
Things to consider when working remotely from a developing country
On being a remote CEO
Please don’t call me a freelancer
Polyamorous, at least with work
To have it, lose it, and find it again
Reimagining the 8-hour construct
Marga Biebeler, professional philosopher
How to increase the number of female leaders? More “training” isn’t the answer
When a law firm wants a stupid bouncy castle in their office
Millennials shake it off
What’s wrong with startup accelerators
The freelancers’ movement & the erosion of traditional employment
The future of work-life balance in Hong Kong
Where are all the freelance engineers?
Is coworking helping you seal the deal?
What I wish I’d known before getting RSI
Students loans: an attempt to forgive the unforgivable
The no-bullshit guide to becoming a public speaker
How to avoid geo-restrictions when traveling for work
How to thrive in the gig economy, according to the CEO of Upwork
A deep dive into WeWork’s member network app
6 legit reasons to procrastinate (and how to stop)
How to stop your phone from ruining your life
How to travel even when you’re broke and work too much
The problem with the coworking industry
Where the coworking market is expanding, and why
A tour of Europe’s wonderfully remote coliving-coworking locations
Coworking as a counterweight to youth exodus in rural Catalonia
Working in Denmark’s “Cold Hawaii”
Companies with 6+ employees are bad business for coworking spaces
Empty dance floor syndrome: the difficulty coworking platforms face
How are cryptocurrencies changing coworking?
While startups take off in Europe, coworking faces some challenges