43% of the U.S. workforce now works remotely at least some of the time. Maybe you should be too. Kayla Matthews on figuring out whether your job is a good candidate for going remote.
It should come as no surprise that Austin dominates the Texas coworking and flexible office market. But Dallas is right up there with it. A briefing from Instant Office’s latest report, by Michelle Bodick.
Predictive analytics, cloud computing, social impact, employee engagement… How exactly will new technologies affect the future of work in the coming year? Maddie Davis, co-founder of Enlightened Digital, takes a closer look.
Freelancers and small business owners typically start out with with lower rates. But at some point, you’ve got to raise those prices. Some tips on how to do that without alienating your customer base, by Jessica Leone.
With increased venture funding and a booming tech workforce, startups are taking off across Europe. But despite all of the success, European coworking spaces are still moving forward with some caution. By Patrick Foster.
Keys aren’t just outdated. They are more expensive than we realize, and leave us open to security vulnerabilities. Eric Trabold, CEO of Nexkey, discusses the future of access control.
You’re not procrastinating RIGHT NOW, are you? Right. Anyway, here are six things that make all of us procrastinate, and some brutal advice to make you stop. By Destiny Hagest.
Now that companies have discovered coworking, their employees are joining coworking spaces in droves. Ted Bigham, manager of The Salt Mines space, takes a hard look at the impact that companies and traditional employees are having on coworking culture.
It’s pretty bad out there: nearly 70% of millennials aren’t saving for retirement because they’re too busy paying off student loans. But a new employee perk is looking to change that.
Even some small changes within an office can drastically change its atmosphere. Why not start with the one thing we all end up staring at (that is, when we’re not staring at a computer)? By Matt Lee.
Working abroad isn’t easy, but it’s incredibly rewarding. Here is how it worked out for me – and a bit of a cautionary tale if you are thinking of making the jump yourself. By Aude Konan.
The longhouse is a building type common to historic settlements across the world, and were often places of community gathering, civil government, and communal work. At MIT, an energy-intelligent take on the longhouse has been designed for shared communal purposes.