If your business continues to operate remotely—and plans to for the foreseeable future—you aren’t alone. A majority of Massachusetts employers plan to offer permanent options for flexible, hybrid options. Boston Mayor Michelle Wu’s administration is in discussions with the city’s labor partners about giving public workers the permanent option to work remotely at least some of the time.
For hybrid workplaces, WeWork has a number of flexible and customizable solutions so that your team has a place to come together and collaborate.
Boston is ranked fourth for innovation and second for talent concentration globally, according to JLL’s Innovation Geographies report. Boston’s businesses and institutions continue to attract substantial capital and top talent. Many are committing to a hybrid workplace solution that gives employees the flexibility they want.
Need a conference room for your weekly roundtable? Or access to a shared workspace so remote workers can spend an occasional day away from home, or meet with a colleague to brainstorm a new project? WeWork On Demand makes it easy to be flexible—with no monthly commitment required. WeWork All Access provides employees with the ability to visit any qualifying WeWork location in Boston and beyond.
Looking for dedicated office space to call home? WeWork offers everything from small office suites to a full-floor headquarters. Flexible, short-term leases and scalable spaces deliver peace of mind for new and smaller businesses that haven’t quite decided what the future of work will look like for them. And when they do decide, we’re here to make it happen.
Companies that are just getting off the ground or considering an expansion into the Commonwealth find WeWork to be the ideal solution for bridging work-from-home and work-from-the-office arrangements. For a closer look at what Boston has to offer, read our Boston city guide below, and see how WeWork can help make it happen.
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