Large corporates with massive real estate portfolios were forced to reassess their work models due to the evolving conditions in 2020. There is an ongoing debate on the efficacy of work models that will pave the way for the future of workspaces – Conventional, Remote or Hybrid, as we already begin to see workforce flocking back to offices with the second wave showing signs of waning.
Key Highlights:
  • Going ahead, a work model that offers flexibility and choice to employees while simultaneously giving organizations the agility they require is likely to be sustainable in the long term.
  • The sudden shift to remote work has fundamentally changed the definition of work with occupiers exerting increasing influence on the world of work.
  • Organizations are increasingly becoming open to hiring gig workers for different set of functions.This enables companies to save on cost while also yielding high productivity and output.
  • Work from home has a social impact on not only the employees but also the families of the employee, the society and community at large and hence are working on strategies that is suitable for all.
  • Data and tech will help ease barriers in working from home and help individuals to work remotely in a smooth and secure manner.
  • Workspaces have to be agile, consist of a setup that can be folded and unfolded as per employee demands. Sustainability and employee wellbeing will become the major drivers of workplace.
  • From space management, contract tracing to analytics driven behaviour, companies are increasingly banking on technological trends which are here to stay.
  • There is a steady rise in the demand for flexible workspaces with an increasing number of MNCs and businesses investing in coworking spaces due to the sudden boom of agile working.
  • It has become necessary for coworking space operators to anticipate the occupier needs in advance, leverage the robust and cost effective technology as well as collaboration tools.

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