In a recent survey, we asked employees from different organisations and various fields about the thing they love the most about their office. Many of them mentioned similar things, like freedom for creativity, exciting challenges, and the chance to become a part of a big project. Some also discussed the work culture, the relationships they have cultivated with their colleagues, the teamwork and the liberty to interact with their managers in case of any doubts.
There have been plenty of debates on whether working from home is better than working from an office. The work situation has changed after the infamous pandemic because of covid. Companies are offering flexible work options to their employees; however, people are considering returning to the traditional method of working for specific reasons.
A managed office space is a space that is built with the intention of giving the prospective occupant more control over the environment they are working in. The office space is curated and designed to incorporate the needs and requirements of the occupant.
More than anything, India's intellectual capital makes it home to some of the best cities for corporate headquarters and job opportunities. These cities are known for their robust business environments, good quality of life, and well-developed infrastructure.
There is a common misconception wherein people often use the terms 'managed office spaces' and 'co- working spaces' interchangeably. Despite their similarities, they are wildly different concepts in the commercial real estate world.
After months of working remotely, it seems like we’re stuck in a work-from-home rut – unable to shake off the feelings of exhaustion, isolation, burnouts, sluggishness and overall disconnect that come with working from home. As businesses and employees begin to adjust to the new normal, the question on everyone's mind is how to beat the work-from-home hangover and transition back to a more productive and fulfilling work environment. This is where managed office spaces come in.
In a post-pandemic job landscape, interesting office trends are emerging, and corporations are getting on board in order to upgrade their workspaces and make them future-ready. Gone are the days of drab, rigid, and uninviting offices. Enter the concept of "hotelisation."
Most enterprises had to shift to Work from Home (WFH) owing to the Coronavirus pandemic but it’s time to start fresh once again.A lot of your employees might have gotten used to working from the comfort of their beds so it’s essential to start on the right foot and make the transition smooth for everybody involved.