Co-working, where different businesses work together in a shared office space, is growing in the UK at a rapid rate. By 2018 it is estimated that the number of members using co-working spaces globally will have reached one million. In addition to the more traditional static office, firms of all sizes, from start-ups to big corporate’s like Orange and IBM, have started to pursue flexible and agile working arrangements that now include co-working. The challenge now for HR teams is how to manage this potentially new territory and to consider how changes to their company’s real estate strategy to include co-working can enhance business performance.Read More
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