As More Americans Work From Home, Co-op Boards Need to Adapt

Can a co-op board stop a shareholder from giving tuba lessons at home?  More and more people are working for themselves, and more and more of them are working from home. Today, according to the Freelancers Union, more than one in three American workers – some 53 million people – are working for themselves full- or part-time. The home office is the new office cubicle.   Read the article…………..

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