Your company’s culture is at the centre of your business, it’s unique to you and can determine your team’s happiness, energy and productivity as well as the overall success of the business. It takes time to establish, continued effort from the whole team not just from top down and everyone should feel involved and valued
Keeping a coworking community engaged during a pandemic and working from home??? Kate Tattersfield, journalist & copywriter caught up with Suzanne Murdock, Our Co-Founder and Director part way through the pandemic to understand how The Hub as a coworking operator was keeping its member communities engaged during this time.
Coworking is defined as the sharing of a flexible workspace by (typically) self-employed, independent professionals who wish to work together in a communal, collaborative setting rather than the traditional employee-only office. More recently these spaces are being referred to as ‘flex spaces‘. Most coworking space
Being lonely at work can have a negative impact on business in the long term. Coworking and flexible office spaces can bring a sense of community, connectivity, calmness and wellbeing as well as a more structured day. Isolation and feeling lonely seem like very personal, private problems, but they are much more than that. Thes
Self-employment isn’t so much a job as a way of life, chances are you’ll be doing the work that you love but is it all a bed of roses and does it really bring continuity to family life? Working for yourself clearly depends on your profession, your situation (where you’re based relative to home, family, [&hell
In an interview with our partners CoworkingEurope we shared our experiences and stories on bringing coworking to Newry, Northern Ireland and our thoughts on the future of coworking, more recently referred to as ‘flexspaces’. “Coworking can bring tired workspace back to life”-Hub Newry, Northern Ireland In 2012,