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Articles - homeoffice

Home office is offered by 39% of companies. At the same time, 3 out of 5 young Czechs stand for the possibility to work alternately from home

The demand for a combination of working from home and from the office remains high even with the end of the post-covid period. It attracts young people the most, 3 out of 5 employees under the age of 35 would like to use it. Older generations, on the other hand, are more reserved on the issue. Less than half (41%) prefer to work purely in the office, only 15% of them use work from home in practice. A total of 39% of companies offer an alternating work model. This follows from a survey mapping the attitudes of employees and employers for Scott.Weber Workspace.1

The Czechs were not used to working from home. It causes them problems

Leaving offices was the most common response to a possible risk of infection in the first weeks of a pandemic. In the first wave, over 40 percent of Czechs at least partially worked from their homes, in the second wave, less than 30 percent of the population used this solution. Czechs manage work from home much harder than employees in the rest of the world. This follows from a study by the IDEA think tank dedicated to Czech employees and a study by the Microsoft Work Trend Index.

How to keep apartment and co-living residents well-informed during COVID-19

It seems like the entire world has been shut down by the recent coronavirus outbreak. While the situation is unprecedented and dynamic, there are still some ways that property managers can get in front of the challenge and help their tenants stay safe and healthy. This is true for offices but even more true for multifamily and co-living properties, where millions of people are now sheltering in place around the world.

Home office productivity declines

Even before the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the home office was one of the most sought-after corporate benefits. During the first spring wave, many employees welcomed the opportunity to work from home, but with increasing time, more and more workers and employers are finding that they lack peace of mind in addition to interpersonal contact, and are also significantly less efficient.

IWG says that it has resorted to insolvency measures because “the Covid-19 pandemic is a black swan event"

As Covid-19 squeezes demand for offices, shared workspace provider IWG (IWG) is set to place its Jersey-based subsidiary, Regus plc, into insolvency. The move is designed to send a signal to landlords that unless they are prepared to lower their rents, IWG is willing to walk away from its lease obligations. IWG says that it has resorted to insolvency measures because “the Covid-19 pandemic is a black swan event and it has severely impacted our business and presented us with unforeseen challenges"

Home-working fatigue is driving interest in ‘hub and spoke’ offices

Homeworkers do not miss the commute but they do miss face-to-face collaboration. Smaller offices in satellite towns may be the answer.

Ideal connection with home office. UniCredit has shown new Prague offices that are ready for the future

The accelerated widespread transition to a home office has raised a fundamental question in connection with work: what to do with offices? There can be many answers and one of the possible solutions is shown by the new Prague offices of UniCredit Bank. By emphasizing comfort combined with efficiency, they respond to the demands for comfort that come from working at home, as well as the high purpose of the space where it is useful to go, not necessary.

CPI Property Group: The reconstructed First Republic Palace Bubenská 1 has been approved

The more than a billion-dollar reconstruction of the functionalist building known as the Palace of Electrical Enterprises is almost complete. The unique building in Prague's Holešovice, which was originally completed in 1937, was successfully approved. Marketing, advertising and PR agencies, which are part of the multinational company WPP, will soon move into the renovated office space. The company, which will occupy almost 2/3 of the building, is now starting to prepare and implement its future offices. The Bubenská 1 project is one of the largest and most technically demanding reconstructions of a listed building in Prague.
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