So, Cowork Gloucester VA is rolling along, and we're doing great so far (open
since November and have 3 private offices leased, 1 dedicated desk, 2 part-time
members, and 6 community members). However, we're still very green and have a
lot to learn.
The main thing I am hoping you can give me feedback on is the issue of member
access when you or a community manager is not on-site.
Because we're so new and don't really have capital behind us, we haven't been
able to (and still cannot) afford hiring anyone to be a receptionist or
community manager. This leaves me to have to be there pretty much every day
from 9 to 5.
We allow our Private Office members to have the keypad combo and to come and go
as they please, 24/7. Even that is somewhat of a risk, but we felt like we
needed to limit liability in not giving that same unfettered access to the
lower rungs of membership.
Are we being overcautious? Is there another way we could/should approach this?
How do you handle it at your space?
Thanks in advance!
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