Indians accept work from home as the new normal: EY
Social interactions have undergone a sea change amid widespread adoption of digital apps with 78% respondents using video conferencing platforms to stay connected with friends and family
NEW DELHI: Indian consumers are seeing a fundamental change in behaviour driven by health, privacy and hyper-localization. About 94.5% Indians have accepted work from home (WFH) as the new normal and 80% are eating healthier and strictly home-cooked meals, according to the latest study by professional services firm EY. Around 55% said they are likely to advocate for WFH post the pandemic.