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.
As a potential candidate, it helps to know how job recruiters think. Included: Why it’s harder to get a job if you don’t already have one, and some red flags recruiters look for when they talk to you.
Recent research shows that the higher the rent is, the more coworking spaces there are. Here are a few theories as to why, by Peter Johnson.
Locus–Muzeum coworking space in Prague recently closed its doors after 7 years of operation. For founder Will Bennis, this means time to stop putting out fires and focus on a bigger vision.
Seeing old photos is triggering. Today, it’s a picture from 4 years ago, when I was miserable with my job and my then-boyfriend had just dropped the Polyamory Bomb. Good morning to you too, Facebook, and thanks for the emotional anvil. By Anna Farkas.
Just before she passed, the great American writer Ursula K. Le Guin (1929-2018) published her thoughts on leisure and “spare time,” which dovetail well with Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s writing on the subject. A bit of wisdom for whenever you have a moment of spare time.
Minimum wage rates in 18 states across the US will increase in 2018. It’s a welcome improvement given that the cost of living is projected to increase such that workers will need to earn at least $15 per hour to stay afloat by 2024. By Tim Becker.
Roy Pereira, founder of Zoom.ai, provides a look at what to expect in the workplace in the new year.
A good portion of Catalonia is rural, making it hard to retain its young people. But a number of coworking spaces – often public entities created at the behest of local youth organizations – are acting as a counterbalance. By Rosa Matas.
A global firm decided to bring together all their highest performing women for the first time. Great – except the rest of their plan was straight out of the ’90s. On what industry is getting wrong when it comes to women leaders, by Rosalie Harrison.