Do you still miss your office?
A year after the pandemic made us work from home, let’s revisit what our workplace meant to us
Offices were originally created as spaces for work, but they evolved over time to combine work and socializing, quite seamlessly
Almost a year ago, our offices suddenly closed, and many of us were locked inside the home. Work-from-home (WFH) became the norm. Initially, there was much excitement about video calls, increased productivity and how wonderful it was to skip the long office commute. A few months later, the conversation changed. We had discussions around Zoom fatigue, blurring of work-life boundaries, and whether team culture was getting affected when people did not sit and work together.