When working remotely is your cup of tea
While many of the shire’s workers are back at the office, shop or warehouse, others are still working remotely or running businesses from home and Teresa Lever wants them over for morning tea.
Eurobodalla Council’s manager of economic development said there were over 3,000 GST registered businesses in the shire.
“Many of these are home based, while changed workplace polices at other organisations permit staff to work from, well, anywhere,” Ms Lever said.
“From an economic development perspective, it’s important Eurobodalla has the services and infrastructure that enables people to conduct their business. We’re also uncovering a cohort of people possessing an unimagined and exciting collection of skills and capabilities.”
To help connect these remote workers Council is partnering with coworking spaces at Narooma and Batemans Bay to host free morning teas.
“It’s a chance for professionals to meet with others close by in a comfortable and professional environment,” she said.
The Narooma networking morning tea wll be held at Common Ground Coworking, downstairs in the Midtown Arcade, 4-6 Narooma Crescent on Tuesday 18 April.
The Batemans Bay morning tea will be held at Desk Coworking, 4/5 Orient Street on Tuesday 9 May from 10.30 to 11.30am.
“I look forward to welcoming newcomers to our business community and working with them to develop a clearer understanding of how people are now working in the shire,” Ms Lever said.