Coworking Amidst the Pandemic: Should Your Office be More Flexible and Hybrid?

October 18, 2021

As the government gradually relaxes the PPKM restrictions in Indonesia, businesses and the economy are starting to return to normal. Companies have begun to find ways to adapt to a new work arrangement with their employees, which has drastically changed compared to the pre-pandemic time: They need to be able to provide flexible work arrangements, combining working from the office (WFO) and working from home (WFH). However, WFH, as we all have experienced, presents many obstacles. Based on Robert Walters data, 55% of Indonesian professionals find it harder to focus during WFH – resulting in the decline of productivity. Poor WiFi connection, endless distractions, and no direct interaction with the coworkers are reasons for this, making employees feel drained and unhealthy mentally.

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