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According to the Employers of Poland, co-working is a good idea to revive the labour market


- Co-working is a popular solution amongst representatives of liberal professions, the so called freelancers - architects, designers, programmers, translators for whom it is difficult to mobilize themselves to work at home - emphasizes Wioletta Żukowska, an expert of the Employers of Poland.


Co-working means renting desks as a space to work with access to a computer, the Internet and telephone. - This form can be an alternative to telecommuting which due to legal barriers is not very popular in Poland, but it's also a big cost saving for businesses and the self-employed - opines Wioletta Żukowska, an expert of the Employers of Poland.


Renting desks for employees is much cheaper than keeping the whole office in the business district. - It's a good solution also for businessmen who need to hire additional employees, but they have nowhere to locate them. Moreover, not every job requires working in the office - thinks Żukowska.


Such companies are already successfully operating in Warsaw, Kraków, Wrocław and Gdańsk. There are over 30 of them throughout the country.