Thanks to tech companies, now more traditional firms are starting to think they need ping pong tables and tube slides in their offices. But is it ill-advised? Lauren Gregson explores.
Coworking has grown so much that even WeWork is experimenting with coworking and coliving, but remote places like these prove that what people want is something genuine. By Ivan Brkljac.
The old stereotype of the IT guy who never comes out of his back office isn’t going to cut it. Ken DeMaria, VP of Technology at ATLAS Workbase, shares some things coworking spaces should consider when building out Information Technology infrastructure.
A growing number of coworking spaces in Canada are offering healthcare insurance and other perks to their members. Rebecca Kallsen explores what’s behind this race to the top.
The number of coworking space directories seems to be growing as fast as coworking itself. Maor Cohen of Pickspace provides us with a quick overview of how the top directories differ.
In remote work, I’ve found a promising outlet for me to thrive as an introvert. By Shayla Price.
If it costs that much, you’re doing it wrong. Why companies that spend big still end up with inferior products, by Melissa Mesku.
Some coworking spaces really know how to produce the “wow” factor. But don’t judge a book by its cover. Here’s how to make sure you pick a space that’s as beneficial as it is beautiful.
Everyone’s online. So why are far too many people failing to make any substantial money in their digital ventures? Jenny Holt explores.
Bad commercial office design can bring down the most “glass half full” optimist at work. Here are some basic elements of green design that commercial workspaces would do well to adopt. By Matt Lee.
There are minor inconveniences in leading a startup team while out of the office, but I can’t think of anything I would rather do with my life. By Karoli Hendriks of Jobbatical.
Wellbeing hangs in the balance in Hong Kong, the city ranked with the worst work-life balance in Asia Pacific. But things may be turning around. By Edwin Ho.