People to be asked to shape future of Welsh workplace

People in Wales will soon be able to suggest places in their community where they’d like to work, as part of Welsh Government’s long-term ambition to see around 30% of the workforce working from home or working remotely.

Lee Waters, Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport, has described the initiative as “an opportunity for people to shape the future of the Welsh workplace.”

An interactive map, hosted by Commonplace, will ask people if they would like to work remotely, and will allow people to drop a pin in a spot on the map where they would like to see a co-working hub.

The interactive map forms part of research and evidence gathering to gauge demand for local work hubs, indicating where they need to be and if they’re available already. People are now able to sign up for news about the project, ahead of the map’s launch on Thursday 11 February.

Read the full Welsh Government press release here


Posted on: Friday 29th January 2021