With companies moving away from traditional leases and people preferring to work from an office close to their place of residence, the Company has seen a much faster adoption of the Neighbourhood Coworking model.
There is indeed a strong connection between your work environment and work-life balance. Traditional offices and the work-from-home model are not conducive to the work-life balance of employees. Shared offices, on the other hand, can make a huge difference in this regard.
With new variants of the virus still posing a threat to the possibility of offices opening up a new trend at work has seemingly emerged. This is primarily the trend of working from neighbourhood co-working spaces that offer the choice of a flexi office space.
The Office Pass (TOP) has launched its 10th coworking office in Delhi NCR (8th in Gurgaon). The coworking facility is spread across 27,000 Square feet. This aesthetically designed space boasts 560+ workstations, extensive meeting and conference rooms, lounge, café and collab zones.
The Office Pass (TOP) launches its ninth co-working space near HUDA City Centre metro station, Gurgaon
The Office Pass (TOP) further strengthened its roots in Gurgaon, India, by expanding its operations in the city. The company launched its ninth office at Unitech Cyber Park, Gurgaon, bridging the supply gap created by the rising demand for flexible neighbourhood workspaces from large and mid size companies.
The Office Pass(TOP), one of the largest home-grown Neighbourhood Coworking space providers conducted a survey titled “Workplace preference post covid”, to provide an insight into the changing needs and preferences of the Indian workforce post the COVID-19 pandemic and the nationwide lockdown.