Expanding Your Workforce Horizons: How the Coworking-Style Office Serves Your Company’s Extended Community of Users

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When it comes to the modern workforce, companies are not just made up of full-time employees. Instead, one can consider a company holistically comprised of an extended community of users that includes freelancers, contractors, partners, vendors, and clients. Each of these groups plays an important role in the success of your company, and each has unique needs when it comes to workspace.

That’s where the Coworking-Style Office comes in. This innovative office model is designed to cater to your extended community of users, providing them with access to a curated flexible workspace for their company business. This allows employees, partners, vendors, and collaborators to come together in a shared space, fostering effective work days and encouraging serendipitous collaboration.

This is not a traditional or third-party operated coworking space. It is not a place for the public where memberships are sold or meeting rooms are rented out. It is not a one-size-fits-all solution for all types of businesses. Instead, it is a flexible workspace tailored to the unique needs of your own private community of users at your own location, managed and operated by your own team.

  • Full-time and part-time employees will appreciate the flexibility of the Coworking Office Typology, which allows them to work in a space that is tailored to their needs and productivity. This is especially valuable for those who are part-time on campus or never on campus, as it gives them a sense of belonging and community even when they’re not physically present.
  • Freelancers and contract workers will also benefit from the Coworking Office Typology. By giving them access to the shared space, you’re extending an olive branch and inviting them to be a part of your team. This helps to break down hierarchical barriers and create a more cohesive culture.
  • Vendors, suppliers, and consultants will appreciate the opportunity to work in close proximity to their main contacts or project leads at your company. This can speed up decisions and solutions, leading to a more efficient and productive working relationship.
  • Clients also benefit from the Coworking Office Typology, as it gives them the opportunity to strengthen their relationship with your company for the long term. This increased face-time with your extended community will generate a more cohesive culture and a stronger network of instant solutions and serendipitous possibilities.

    All of these users can access the space via an app and managed through a platform.

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Because your space is managed by a trained Community Manager, the operational excellence will help make not only a seamless logistical experience for participants, but will also provide a community-forward experience of hospitality and connectedness.

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If you’re ready to embrace the future of work and create a flexible workspace for your company’s extended community of users, contact us today to learn more about the Coworking-Style Office.