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Ryan Ring

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Sharing Office Space Vs. Working From Home

It’s 2019, and by this point in time, I don’t need to tell you that more and more companies are allowing their employees to work remotely. It’s a cost saver, increases productivity, and most importantly, boosts productivity and employee satisfaction.

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Why More And More Businesses Are Allowing Remote Work

It’s no secret that remote work is on the rise, and it’s a trend that shows no sign of reversing any time soon.By remote work, of course, we’re referring to anyone whose job doesn’t require them to come in to the office every day. It includes those who “work from home”, use co-working spaces, or even set up camp in Starbucks or the library on a daily basis. Even among those of us who don’t work remotely 100% of the time, more and more employees have the flexibility of working remotely at least some amount of time every week.

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Is Sharing Office Space Difficult?

If this isn’t your first visit to our blog, you know by now that we at 580 Executive Center consistently sing the praises of using co-working spaces (especially our own!). But admittedly, it’s not all paradise in co-working-land. Here are some ways in which you may find it difficult to work in a shared space.

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Should You Utilize A Coworking Space If You Work Remotely?

If you’ve just landed a new job which allows you to work remotely, congratulations! You’re joining the ranks of a growing trend in the American workforce. You’re probably also the envy of lots of people you know who are still stuck in their cubicle-based jobs, wishing they could be as fortunate as you, working from the comfort of your own home. Take it from someone who spends a fair amount of time working at home: it’s not always as comfortable as one might hope.

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Why Co-working Spaces Promote A Healthy Work-Life Balance

There’s no doubt about it. Work can be stressful. Americans are working longer hours, in fast-paced, high pressure environments. Many of us look to break out of our cubicles, and work in a setting in which we feel more comfortable. This leads some people to look for jobs in which they can work remotely. Others leave the corporate world completely, preferring to function as freelancers, or starting their own small businesses.

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Top Five Reasons Remote Employees Should Use A Co-working Space