The Co-Workplace

An innovative new concept for telecommuting provides the benefits of telecommuting, without the drawbacks.
August 14, 2003, 7am PDT | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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"After studying 25 non-traditional workplaces across Canada and the United States, Laura Johnson... proposes the following "innovative compromise between home and the office" in her new book, The Co-Workplace... A co-workplace is a neighbourhood facility where residents have individual offices and shared ammenities... A co-workplace strengthens the community by giving neighbours a chance to walk to work together, develop professional links and patronize local shops and restaurants... It revitalizes old buildings, turning warehouses and foundries into modern workplaces, with onsite child care, recreation facilities and common areas..."

Thanks to Grigorii Boyko-Vekin

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Published on Wednesday, August 13, 2003 in The Toronto Star
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