The number of co-working or flexible office spaces has risen from about 78 sites six years ago to more than 400 in Australia’s two main capital cities as employers respond to growth in the gig economy and the demands of millennial workers.
WeWork general manager, Australia and New Zealand, Balder Tol, said the industry in Australia is gaining momentum.
“We’re seeing increased demand for flexibility and finding that larger companies are choosing a collaborative workspace in order to be part of a dynamic, more creative and entrepreneurial environment,” Mr Toll said.
“More and more, bigger businesses are understanding the impact workspace can have on culture and employee performance.”
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