What are some conference rooms booking etiquette to be followed post-pandemic
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    What are some conference rooms booking etiquette to be followed post-pandemic

    Posted on January 29, 2021

    In a post-COVID working culture, it’s essential to leave old habits such as meeting room abandonment, and over-or under-booking. Doing so will ensure that meeting spaces can be useful for you while maintaining utmost safety.

    Here are some meeting rooms booking etiquette every employee returning to the workplace should follow:

    • Keep meetings short and to the point

    Plan a meeting schedule that can be met briefly as possible, understanding that social distancing in part relies on reducing ongoing contact among individuals. Pick the details of the meeting that should occur in person, and outline others in a plan or shared document/whiteboard that can be further pursued remotely.

    • Follow good booking etiquette

    Search for the meeting rooms on any search engine platform and fill up the enquiry form at the meeting room provider’s website. For example, for a meeting room in Delhi, you can visit Avanta Business Centre website- www.avanta.co.in and fill up the enquiry form mentioning the exact requirements. You will be served best in terms of resources and capacity.

    • Book just the space you need

    If two or three attendees are required to be present, be sure to reserve a small-capacity room, and invite others to participate via audio/video conferencing technology. Avanta meeting rooms in Delhi will provide low-density seating layouts to stay safely distanced and support spaces’ best use.

    • End the perception of meetings rooms as crash zones

    Once the meeting room was considered a place you could use for a usual chitchat or to have an uninterrupted work time, meeting rooms usage limitations are going forward to make it necessary to stop this practice.

    For more information on meeting rooms in Delhi, call us on +91 11 3044 6402 or email at info@avanta.co.in.


    Author: Anvesha Sharma


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