Yes, the Pandemic Could Ultimately Save the Coworking Industry

Dropbox, WeWork, and Google all think they have the playbook for the part-time office

An illustration of workers having a meeting in a conference room.
Illustration: Ariel Davis

Enter the inevitable return of our almost-retro 2019 obsession: the on-demand, flexible co-working space.

Employers will have to consider a new version of office politics and corporate angling: how a hybrid-remote model could introduce an imbalanced power dynamic for employees who choose to return to the office versus those who may opt to continue working from home.

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