On June 4-5, coworking leaders from Australia and beyond got together in Sydney for GCUCAU, Australia’s first Global Coworking Unconference Conference. Here’s a quick recap.
Salaried workers often work well beyond 40 hours per week without any extra compensation, but that’s not how the original law was designed. By Katy Tynan, author of Free Agent: The Independent Professional’s Guide to Self-Employment Success
A look at what to expect at Australia’s first Global Coworking Unconference Conference, and some casual speculation about why coworking is taking off nationwide.
It appears some people think the open-plan coworking space is a terrible scourge upon the landscape of the modern workforce. A recent HuffPo article listed 5 of the biggest complaints, and coworking space member Chris Allen takes each of them head on.
North New Jersey has historically been in New York’s shadow, but the founders of three coworking spaces are giving independent workers lots of reason to stay closer to home. Local governments are stepping up to help fund their success.
Startups apply for entry to elite accelerator spaces hoping to gain a competitive edge in the form of mentors, in-house legal and tax advice, and easy press from tech publications. But most do not pick up any investment and must eventually disband. Here’s how their effort could be channeled more effectively.
Until now there have been no firm numbers about the rise of coworking in Brazil. Here are some results from Brazil’s first coworking census.
Currently in beta, Townsquare is a platform that aims to connect coworkers with each other around the world. We take a look at the possibilities and the challenges ahead.