According to a recent survey by the commercial real estate firm JLL, 3 in 4 workers hope to return to the office space at some point in the future. Earlier home used to be relaxing, but for many professionals, now it’s their place of stress due to lack of work-life balance.
But not many are aware when they will return to their workspace; it will not be the same. How much will working life at the office spaces change after the pandemic?
Here are some changes to expect as the new workplace norms.
Same as before: Workers return to the office space and continue a normal nine-to-five routine. If you were working in an office space in Delhi at a business centre, you can expect your office space to be a bit more hygienic and flexible.
Social Hub: A mixed model where workers come to the office when they need to meet or socialise and return home to do their focused work. For example- the office spaces in Delhi serves as a social hub — the space people go to meet, socialize, and work together.
Working Hub: Rather than commuting to the main office in the key business district, these days employers make their teams work from smaller satellite offices in the suburbs and neighbourhoods closer to where they live. This spares them the commute to the main office and still providing the advantages of face-to-face communication with colleagues.
Completely Virtual: Employees work from home — or any leased office space in Delhi in a coworking or shared space allows businesses to avoid expensive leases and build on what they started during the pandemic.
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