Companies and employees have both begun to hear the buzz around coworking…
And now there is a experimental methodology for companies interested in stepping into the coworking waters.
OpenWork Agency has recently published an article outlining a program that helps company employers incorporate the coworking model into their existing workplace strategy. Read it here: Coworking for company employees: What/Why/How. It explains the ‘Corporate Coworking’ program, an initiative that helps employees gain access to the network of coworking spaces in their area as well as provide options for employers to consider building their own coworking space inside the company building or across their corporate campus.
With employers beginning to embrace coworking, it will help them attract and retain young, Millennial talent as employees (and contract workers). Coworking is helpful at empowering the modern workforce to work according to their own natural rhythms.
“We want to be tour guides, and provide a roadmap for helping companies go from the past (industrial) model of work to the future (sharing economy) model of work,” explains Drew Jones, management professor, author, and former partner and co-owner at Conjunctured in Austin.
‘Corporate Coworking’ Tweets:
GE, KPMG, Merck, PepsiCo, Microsoft, or Heineken are examples of #BigCorps moving to #Coworkinghttps://t.co/0l4EE5TaSQ vía @business
— Daniel Twal (@DanielTwal) August 1, 2016
Not just startups in Coworking Space. Big or small if you are looking for Coworking space in Worcester get in touch. https://t.co/z8Bf38ZI6b
— Philip Fowler (@philipfowler) November 15, 2016
Verizon Moves In on WeWork Territoryhttps://t.co/4ygDKSn2mM#CRE #Verizon #WeWork #CoWorking #business #Company #CEO #entrepreneur #CFO
— Otto Sevilla (@OttoSevilla) November 15, 2016
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