Sharing Vs. Renting an Office Space: Pros & Cons
Wed, 30 Dec 2015 | Written by Corporate Suites Staff
The latest generation of entrepreneurship has encouraged many niches and industries to break out of their traditional molds, and in doing so, many businesses and independent professionals are second guessing what makes the perfect office space. Statistics show that both productivity and the quality of work employees and self-employed professionals can offer is strongly influenced by their working space. After all, something as small as the wrong color scheme or a strange layout can lead to distractions, poor mood, and even headaches that hold work back. With this in mind, you, as a business or as an independent worker, may be considering which style of office is best for you – sharing with another or renting your own private space? To make your decision easy, here are the pros and cons of each, and which may work best for you. - Shared Pros A shared office – also known as a co-working space – is the more modern and upbeat approach to a working space, allowing entire businesses to share an office, individual employees to work in the same cubicle, or freelance workers to rent a space with another professional who may or may not have the same style of career.
- Lack of Privacy
- Creative Freedom
- Higher Price
- Lower Quality For Your Price Range.
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