The year 2020 has been eventful, to say the least. The COVID-19 pandemic has upended work and office life, becoming a powerful catalyst for workplace change.
According to JLL’s Asia Pacific (APAC) “Home and Away” report, conducted at the height of COVID-19 in June, an average of 68 percent of employees surveyed in the region worked from home at the time. Now, with many offices in the region opened or starting to open, how will employees feel when they walk into the workplace again?
Will they be rejoicing or struggling with collaborating in-person again? Or, will they still opt to work from home if given a choice? What does this all mean for the role of the office in our daily lives?
+INFO: People Matters