What makes coworking spaces – defined as membership-based workspaces where diverse groups of freelancers, remote workers, and other independent professionals work together in a shared, communal setting – so effective?
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Changing the work environment to drive the productivity, well-being, and success of our community is at the foundation of Werqwise...but the positive impact does not stop at our members. We are also dedicated to the sustainability of the work environment – working hard to minimize the impact our building and operations have on the natural environment. Our sustainable practices support ecological, human, and economic health and vitality.
I have spent the last eight years of my life transforming small and medium sized business from loss to profit. With over 35 years in the recruitment industry, most of my success can be attributed to understanding people and providing them with what they need to be successful.
In the workplace, people are having trouble getting sh#t done. According to Fast Company, in the United States alone, over $588 billion is lost each year from the effects of workplace distractions. Distractions elevate stress levels, cause unwarranted fatigue, create work/life imbalance and, more important than any other issue, are a leading factor in people losing control over their work environment and lives. These result in unhappiness, reduced motivation, and higher turnover in addition to missed work goals.
Stuck. Stumped. Stagnant.
Stuck at one desk. Stumped by a lack of inspiration. Stagnant during the day. The office shouldn’t make you feel boxed in or limit you in any way. The solution is simpler than it seems – Activity Based Working.
Challenges within the workplace like stress, fatigue and distraction can have a major impact on your productivity; but did you know that the design of the workplace can play a part as well?