As the world shifts to a remote-only, socially-distanced, and 6-feet-apart-at-all-times universe, how will this unprecedented transformation in daily life affect our workspaces? How will offices adjust? How will businesses keep their employees safe? The answer is coworking.
Coworking spaces provide a break from the home, a chance to be in a common social space with more perks than a traditional office and much more flexibility.
The latest U.S. research reveals that 74% of businesses want some workers to permanently work remotely and business leaders are actively shedding leased office space.
The traditional office model is being turned on its head. Instead of commuting to an office, much of the world's workforce now commutes to their makeshift home office every morning. Before lockdown, U.S. commute times reached record levels and most U.K. workers spent more than a year of their lives traveling to and from work.