Embracing change: Ways in which work culture may be altered post coronavirus pandemic

First Published 19, May 2020, 2:06 PM

According to research, in the US, 74% of businesses want some of its workers to work remotely permanently and business leaders are actively shedding leased office space – hinting that not everyone will go back to the office. We discuss the four major changes in work culture post the coronavirus crisis

 

<p><strong>Social interaction in the office will change forever as many will work from home permanently.</strong></p>

Social interaction in the office will change forever as many will work from home permanently.

<p><strong>Workplace communication is rapidly transforming, and email is a case in point. Bad email etiquette won't be tolerated after lockdown days.</strong></p>

Workplace communication is rapidly transforming, and email is a case in point. Bad email etiquette won't be tolerated after lockdown days.

<p>Video calls to be limited: Now video calls have a major role in our lives as that is the go-to means which helps us interact with our colleagues. After the coronavirus pandemic is over, we won’t need to use them for all our communication.</p>

Video calls to be limited: Now video calls have a major role in our lives as that is the go-to means which helps us interact with our colleagues. After the coronavirus pandemic is over, we won’t need to use them for all our communication.

<p>&nbsp;According to the research, more co-working spaces will emerge in offices after the coronavirus pandemic.<br />
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 According to the research, more co-working spaces will emerge in offices after the coronavirus pandemic.
 

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