The busiest day in the co-working week? That would be Tuesday, according to a London survey conducted by The Office Group. Plus, the research found that co-workers tend to cluster their visits from Tuesday to Thursday, suggesting the working week is maybe becoming shorter… and more intense, given that these people tend not to slack.
Close to 30% of co-workers say they take advantage of additional services such as the gyms, cafes or events at least every week, with 14% claiming daily use of such facilities.
“As well as tapping into the services, workers are also tapping into the people around them,” reports TOG. “Rather than keeping things strictly business, 63% choose to socialise with fellow members.”
Plus, just under one-third work with or for another co-working member, or seek help or advice from those they work alongside in the same building.
And only 38% of workers are tethered to their desk day-in, day-out. The rest make use of alternative work spaces – roof
gardens, lounges, terraces and focus booths – to suit their moods/tasks.
Image: The Office Group