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Shifting of Home Office to a Shared Workspace

Posted by Spiderbc on October 2, 2019
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Shared-workspace is the new trend in today’s market and many people are loving and adapting the idea of co-working spaces. It did have a slow start and took two to three years to garner attention. But when they learned about the facilities and technologies that areoffered in the shared workspace, there was no looking back. People started renting for these spaces instead of renting out the whole building and they found it profitable too.

Those who work from home have been benefitted the most. It sometimes becomes difficult for the solepreneurs to lease out the whole building. But when the shared workspace came in handy, they were more benefitted and also had a great professional atmosphere which was quite difficult to get at home.

Working from home has its own advantages like work at your convenient time and many more. But it also comes with many cons like making them lazy to work and getting distracted easily affecting their overall performance. There are also other reasons to shift from home space to shared workspace.

Broaden Networking

The shared workspace gives you an opportunity to broaden your network which is a little difficult when you choose to work from home. When working with other people, you learn so many new things that would eventually help in the growth of your business. You may also be lucky to get partnership or connections and in most cases connecting with your customers.

Many Interruptions and Directions

A home is a place to rest and relax. It cannot give you a professional atmosphere. Even when you try to work, you may easily get distracted by your kid’snoise or house chore may come up to you. These may affect your professional meetings or phone calls.

Lack of Work-Life Balance

Working from home, you might lose track of your time and you may end up doing overtime. It sure may benefit your business but will affect your health and personal life badly. But when working from shared office space, it will help you balance rightly your personal and professional life.

Need Meeting Rooms

The Solepreneurs may need a meeting room for their client’s meeting. A hotel or a private place would cost them more than their budget. But in shared workspace, you may rent a conference room at a reasonably low price.

Difficulty Starting Each Day

It becomes difficult to start working everyday from home. You may feel lazy and may postpone your work to later hour which ultimately leads to delay in work productivity. The shared workspace will help you in creating the right and perfect environment to get you for the day.

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