How Gen Y is breaking the work-from-home monotony3 min read . Updated: 12 Mar 2021, 05:22 AM IST
Varsha Chopra, a communication consultant, says some time away from home helps her brainstorm and draft her work schedule for the next week. Seeing other people work on their laptops, keeps her motivated
By the sixth month of the covid-19-induced lockdown, Mansi Kala was fed up of turning different corners of her Dehradun house into a workspace. The monotony was making the IT professional “lazy", so were “home clothes". So, in August, when public places were opening up, Kala hit upon the idea of working out of a café, a 15-minute drive away from her place, that had turned into an informal co-working space for its patrons.
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