COVID-19 has changed how we work, interact and how we do business. Like most companies, coworking spaces are hit with the pandemic and are experiencing the same issues.
Here are some of the steps which OUR HUB has taken to create the safest possible work environment for all our members and guests and also we give you predictions about the COVID-19 pandemic impact on coworking and office space.
Office & Community Manager, Bojana Stankovic, coworking space’s key figure for managing day-to-day operations will tell you about measures that are taken in order to secure their members and staff.
1. How has Our Hub organized to better facilitate Covid-19 crisis?
At OUR HUB we saw this crisis as an opportunity to work hard and better. The past few months, the world and with it OUR HUB have gone through changes in the light of the current COVID-19 crisis. Like many others, we have pivoted to maintain as much of our business as possible. We’re currently experiencing one of the most challenging times for the entire real estate industry.
It is something that is important to remember at all times but especially so in times of crisis, namely that at the core of what we do is our community. When the whole world is crumbling around you in this crisis, focus on the people that you have brought together in that physical location that you are no longer able to provide.
Keeping extreme hygiene and implementing new safety procedures has become crucial to keep our coworking space safe during COVID-19.
2. What measures have you took to ensure the health of your customers?
Our safety and health measures include social distancing protocols and increased sanitization.
We are ensuring that all shared spaces like kitchens, bathrooms, and meeting rooms are cleaned and disinfected properly and on a regular basis, including places that are not usually cleaned – doorknobs and elevator keys – in the cleaning rotation.
We have provided disinfectants in meeting rooms, at reception, in the dining areas, and next to the elevators. We communicate with our members about the measures we are taking in order to keep them healthy.
Approach this process as a partner, rather than a vendor, we focus on supporting our members to overcome the crisis.