Working life has been dramatically changed over the past 18 months as the entire world has been affected by the global pandemic caused by Covid-19. The main ways in which office life has been transformed over the period is that many of us have had to work from home, to combat the spread of the virus, but moving forward into the future, how will work lifestyle change due to the pandemic and which of the features from the last year or so be here to stay moving forwards.
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One of the most popular trends that has been highlighted during this period has been that remote meetings will be here to stay as they save a lot of money and time which is certainly important within the working day. Companies like Zoom have been able to thrive during this time as we haven’t been able to meet face to face to combat the spread of the virus and so virtually meetings have been happening on Zoom and therefore, we believe that they are due to stay moving forward.
Working from home has been a success as it has worked for both employees and employers due to the benefits that it poses to both parties. Due to this we believe that an office/home split will be the way to move forward, with many saying that this is the style of work that they prefer and will therefore continue moving forward due to the success that it has shown over this period, with many bosses now knowing which of their workforce they are able to trust whilst working from home.
And finally, although it does seem like we are coming to the end of the pandemic, going back to normality is still a long way off and we will continue to have some restrictions in place. Some of the restrictions that we believe will stay in place when workers are back into work, we believe that masks will still have to be worn during times of standing, and that one-way systems will still be in place to ensure that covid spread can be kept to a minimum.