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Flex spaces in demand as 35-40% of firms prefer hybrid working: Awfis study

Survey finds that 45% of companies are looking for new office spaces including conventional and flexible ones, 35% have adopted a multi-office approach by collaborating with co-working spaces

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The post-pandemic era is witness to the deployment of new workspace models to maintain profitability and instill work flexibility and employees' well-being

Pratigya Yadav New Delhi
With flexibility becoming the new trend in offices, some 35-40 per cent of companies of all sizes prefer the idea of hybrid working, finds the Indian Flex occupier’s survey.

The study was conducted by Awfis, a leading network of co-working spaces in collaboration with Qdesq, a tech-enabled workplace provider.

According to the survey, 45 per cent of corporations are looking for new office spaces including conventional and flexible ones, while 35 per cent have adopted a multi-office approach by collaborating with co-working spaces.

The outbreak of the pandemic saw many Indian workers move back to their hometowns. In response, businesses

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First Published: Nov 23 2022 | 5:05 PM IST

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