Coworking - Individualism in Community
In response to changes, we observe the emergence of alternative, often innovative forms of work. The aim of this paper is to analyze one of these forms - coworking understood as a response to changing conditions on labor market. Coworking is a new phenomenon; it attracts attention because it has been recognized as having the potential of the "third way", located between the conventional experience in corporate work and individual work, performed in the isolation of space (office). Great freedom, both in space and time of work, and at the same time securing the basic needs of a worker, a sense of connectedness and acceptance from fellows makes coworking an attractive and desirable form of organization of work.
The main topics discussed is paid work understood as both a space organizations, as well as the institution that is the source of the identity of individuals. Transformations of the labor market are considered in the context of the process of individualization and a growing sense of risk and insecurity. Will provide a vision individual suspended between the desire and the need for individualization of community. Based on results own research autor will be discussed topics such as: Community building is one of the top tools to attract new members; Collaboration is mainly based on small tasks.