How to Organize Your Workspace and Increase Office Productivity

Posted by Cathy Welch on Jan 12, 2021 12:23:37 PM

How’s your workspace? Is it a dream to walk into, sit down and put your hands on exactly what you need to perform your next task?

Or is it a chaotic, frustrating mess? Getting a handle on the major workspace tools of paper, electronic documents, office supplies, and an efficient use of space is the perfect place to start.

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Working in a coworking environment like Gather can help in all these areas.

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Topics: Coworking, Office Space, Remote Work, Office Design, Employee Productivity

What Will the Office of the Future Look Like?

Posted by Cathy Welch on Nov 30, 2020 12:00:00 PM

In late March 2020, 16 million U.S. workers began working from home, and the number has increased months later. 

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Topics: Coworking, Office Space, Remote Work, Working From Home

Why Coworking Is Good For Your Mental Health

Posted by Joseph Genest on Nov 13, 2020 1:54:35 PM

A coworking space is more than just an office, but a community to help foster and nurture growth.

Mental health is the foundation of productivity.

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Topics: Coworking, Remote Work, Company Culture, Employee Productivity

Eight Things to Consider when Choosing a Coworking Space

Posted by Doug & Polly White on Nov 2, 2020 11:05:21 AM

Among the most important factors to consider when choosing a coworking space are:

  1. Location
  2. Access to the space
  3. How the space is staffed
  4. Availability of the space you need
  5. Look and feel of the space
  6. Amenities offered
  7. Cost
  8. Flexibility of the membership agreement.

Compare Gather vs. commercial office costs

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Topics: Coworking, Office Space, Remote Work, Company Culture

The Benefits of an Outdoor Workspace

Posted by Cathy Welch on Sep 28, 2020 9:24:09 AM

US workers spend an average of 1780 hours on the job annually, according to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development. Thankfully, commercial real estate designers are answering the call for flexible work environments that bring the outdoors to the workers.

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Topics: Office Space, Remote Work, Office Design

Five Reasons to Work from Gather Rather than Working From Home

Posted by Doug & Polly White on Aug 17, 2020 9:48:20 AM

The pandemic has forced many employees to work from home. As some return to the office, many people will be given the opportunity to continue to work remotely. Working from home is one option, but a Gather membership may be more advantageous. Here are five reasons working from Gather beats working from home:

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Topics: Coworking, Business Corner, Remote Work, Employee Productivity, Working From Home

7 Things To Stop Doing In Order To Boost Your Freelance Productivity

Posted by Cathy Welch on Jul 10, 2020 2:54:45 PM

No one likes it when someone tells you that what you’ve been doing “forever” is ineffective, but breaking some of those bad habits can help you boost your productivity and use your time more efficiently.

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Topics: Remote Work, Freelancing, Employee Productivity

Productive Morning Routines for the Remote Worker

Posted by Landgon Moss on Apr 24, 2020 12:52:04 PM

How you rise determines how you shine (or slog) through the day. The morning rituals we incorporate set the stage for how the rest of the day will unfold - in the words of Ben Franklin, “Early to bed and early to rise makes man healthy, wealthy and wise.” In fact, many of our most successful entrepreneurs view their mornings as the most important part of their days. In this post, we’ll share a few simple changes you can make to your morning ritual that have been scientifically shown to improve energy levels, boost health, and encourage mental relaxation.

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Topics: Coworking, Remote Work, Employee Productivity

How to Handle Remote Team Management Successfully

Posted by Tina Martin on Mar 30, 2020 1:53:25 PM

Managing a remote team is the long-distance relationship of the business world. It’s an ideal situation for business owners who need to leverage the collective power of professionals but have a limited local talent pool. It’s also beneficial for employees who can’t stomach the thought of an hour-long commute each day or who work best unsupervised. But it’s not without its hardships, and getting ahead of those challenges before hiring your new remote team members is the best way to ensure things work out between you. 

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Topics: Business Corner, Remote Work, Management, Freelancing

Strategies for Establishing A Remote Culture

Posted by Joseph Genest on Mar 9, 2020 2:19:44 PM

To better understand what companies were doing to improve remote workplace culture, we decided to take a glance at companies within our coworking network, as well as some examples of thought leaders in the industry. Our findings were split between two separate pillars of improving remote workplace culture, which fell into helping with either productivity or workplace morale. Here are a few key strategies that stood out:

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Topics: Coworking, Business Corner, Remote Work, Company Culture

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