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View: Home truths of remote working

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Post-Covid-19, our offices will look very different than today.

Synopsis

After the initial burst of productivity, the work from home experiment is unraveling. Most of us are craving for the humble office to bring back some structure and the recent deals for office spaces are a testament to long term robust demand.

For many of us who consider Google’s bold pronouncements as Gospel, its latest -- extending global voluntary work from home (WFH) option through June of 2021 -- further reaffirms that offices as we know it, have become way too dangerous, inefficient and exorbitant due to the pandemic.If our young workforce can juggle parenting, home chores and excel sheets and still meet sales targets or project deadlines, why lug them to overcrowded work places

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