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If we had to give a definition of coworking, we would say that it is a type of work organization that combines two concepts: a shared and flexible workspace (also called Flex Offices), but also a network of workers encouraging exchange and openness.
The idea of an office to share between several companies or independent workers comes from the United States. In France, coworking has been a real success especially in dynamic metropolises. The first coworking spaces were created in the heart of large cities. Today, this way of organizing work is also developing in rural and suburban areas.
The advantages of coworking for companies
The main advantage of coworking spaces for independent workers is to get out of the isolation that working from home creates. Travailler dans un open space partagé permet de faire partie d’une vraie communauté. Companies can draw motivation and guidance from within their workspace. Coworking also offers a great deal of flexibility unlike commercial lease 3-6-9. Startups can operate on their own schedules.
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The boom of ephemeral coworking spaces
Initially considered ephemeral offices, as they are used for a few hours a day or a week, some spaces today tend to become truly ephemeral. And for good reason, the occasion makes the thief! These spaces are created according to current events and to accompany specific events like Roland Garros, or to make people talk about them and create the event like the partnership led between the Anticafé and the brand Perrier Energize.
Is it possible to develop a corporate culture from a coworking space?
If telecommuting is a trend that is becoming widespread, averaging two to three days per week, how can we eventually maintain a strong and engaging corporate culture? Moreover, is it possible to have several corporate cultures coexist within the same space?
Coworking consists in sharing office space between several companies. They all have access to common areas (relaxation area, kitchenette, terrace, etc.) and the monthly rent includes all charges and taxes for the space
Renting offices in a coworking space has a few advantages:
- Reduce costs and accommodate business growth incrementally
- Improve productivity
- Break the isolation by working in an environment conducive to work
- Find synergies with other coworkers
- Share exceptional common spaces: terrace, garden, lounge, relaxation, gym, etc.
Coworking spaces were initially designed to offer self-employed workers an alternative to telecommuting or working from home. Nowadays, start-ups, SMEs and even large groups use them most often.
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No. Unlike a 3 6 9 commercial lease, you can rent office space in a coworking space for your business for 1 month as well as for several years. You choose the length of the commitment. It's called work flexibility!
At a time of the health crisis we are experiencing and the potential economic crisis that may be coming, committing to a 3-6-9 lease may seem like unnecessary risk-taking: what if my business isn't doing so well in 1 year? Et si je suis obligé de licencier ? We've seen this for many years, as companies have an ever-increasing need for flexibility in their real estate management: increasing the number of jobs should be as easy as decreasing them.
Coworking spaces have a card to play in the coming years. At workin.space, for example, we've seen demand change in the last few weeks: fewer jobs for the same number of employees: companies are rotating employees in and out of the office. It worked during lockdown, why stop something that works?
Another hot topic: the atomization of resources. Having offices where the employees are. 100% telecommuting is not the key, but offering workplaces close to the employees' homes has 2 advantages: the well-being of the employees by strongly decreasing the travel time as well as the socialization at work: it seems trivial but the work time "off" from the office (coffee machine, lunch, debriefing of meetings in the corridors...) are an integral part of the company and not being there can be a brake to the professional and personal development of your employees!
The question of cost often comes up: coworking is more expensive than renting traditional offices! Well, contact us so that we can prove you wrong by entrusting us with your search for sub-rented offices, in coworking spaces or even via operated offices. You will be surprised!