Even though it seems “remote work” models or the “home office” trend is another pandemic effect, in reality, COVID just came to make the term more popular.
We’ve been observing remote work models since we saw people walking on the moon for the first time but more recently a few years before COVID, Coworking spaces became very popular. This type of business or facility is dedicated to serving mainly a workforce sector that is working remotely from their employer or their final client. The business opportunity for this niche was evidently not too small; such is the success of WeWork.
By stating that the term became “popular”, I mean that the term became more well known, more likable, or agreed to. For many businesses, going remote was the only option for continuity. So suddenly, home offices turned from being a trendy workplace benefit with limited time frames to being the survival mode of operation for the business.
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