WorkSocial Announces an office expansion in Jersey City

WorkSocial, a provider of coworking and shared office space, announces a 6,000-square-foot office expansion at 111 Town Square Place in Jersey City. The growth reflects the continued momentum WorkSocial has gained over the last several years.

Natasha Mohan, CEO and founder, will lead the expansion to the state market.?Mohan has established WorkSocial's name in the market and looks forward to strengthening the company's foothold nationally.

"We are thrilled to announce our office expansion in Jersey City, which will be a key driver of WorkSocial improved services. This expansion ensures continuous innovation, world-class security, and a modern business environment for hundreds of clients that we serve," said Mohan.

"We've had the good fortune of forming long-term relationships with hundreds of clients, which we've continued to assist through numerous transitions and transactions. We are excited to expand WorkSocial experiences and advance as an organization in the coworking space market," she added.

WorkSocial wants to create environments where people and businesses come together and do their best work. They reimagine how the workspace can help everyone be more motivated, productive and happy.

WorkSocial is viewed as one of the leading providers of coworking and shared office space with prime locations in New Jersey, New York, and California. The company generated 80% revenue growth in 2021, gaining a total of more than 500 clients.

The company's services include providing private offices, catering from one to 100 people, dedicated desks, hot desks, meeting rooms, boardrooms, training and conference rooms. Other features include high-speed clean internet access from the Microsoft Azure fabric, healthy food and drinks, office supplies, technology support and more.

WorkSocial takes pride in meeting the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) standards which suggest long-term top-line growth, talent retention, cost reductions and consumer trust.

In June 2021, WorkSocial has created a satellite office for a global crisis management company. It has deployed three offices in a two-month period serving around 60 employees. The company achieved 100% staff attendance with zero sick days.

In December 2018, WorkSocial has deployed and onboarded a local team for an Israeli company Bluevine. It has offered temporary quarters with conference rooms, dedicated desks, and training rooms.

The company has also opened a satellite office for Uber Eats in May 2019, and for Instacart in June 2021.


Aj Nottingham
Senior Journalist
https://www.afp.com



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