Published at: 2018-07-13 16:57 | Author: Robert McLean
The Crowdberry platform is helping to finance a network of worker dorms to help attract desperately needed labor
What do you get when you mix an old-fashioned labor shortage crisis with the new excitement over start-up culture and crowd funding? You get WorkHaus, a new project that’s been set up to develop worker accommodations near major manufacturers and logistics zones. The idea of building dorms for workers is hardly revolutionary, but it’s not something that industrial developers -- or the towns -- they build in are really equipped to do. Nor is it the sort of thing manufacturers are anxious to spend...

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