Hybrid Workspaces are Here to Stay
Founded it in 2008, WeWork revolutionized the concept of an office workspace. Touted as an “Office Space and Workspace Solutions” company, WeWork offered communal office space for people who primarily worked from home. Solopreneurs are often scrambling for a place to work to be out of the house and around other people. WeWork offered the ability to rent a space in a larger, hybrid office setting. Solopreneurs now had the ability to meet other solopreneurs and collaborate on various projects, if their needs aligned. Community and engagement are some of the fundamental needs of the human race. Which is why the hybrid workspaces are here to stay!
For those who are used to going to work on a daily basis, the pandemic created a new sense of what life could look like. Many people struggled with the loneliness that came from working at home. As we’ve slowly come out of the pandemic, companies have realized there may be a better way to keep the company culture while introducing a new style of work. Many companies have moved away from cubicles and closed-door offices. Hybrid workspaces allow for all employees to come together for collaboration, but to pull away from the group when necessary.