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
Social interaction in the office will change forever as many will work from home permanently.
Workplace communication is rapidly transforming, and email is a case in point. Bad email etiquette won't be tolerated after lockdown days.
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.
According to the research, more co-working spaces will emerge in offices after the coronavirus pandemic.