The IWG will increase the number of new office spaces

These include new workplaces in central Zirakpur in northern India, and three new workplaces on the outskirts of Melaka city, while workers experience work at home or in the area. Close to walking.

BENGALURU: The UK IWG has added more than a hundred shared new office spaces this year, which is three times more than in the first half of 2020, as it expects a permanent shift to work in multiple offices.

The company is battling the collapse of office buildings and said last month’s tax rate was lower than 2020 levels.

But the company, known as Regus and Spaces as WeWork’s operational competitors, is banking on a long journey with a small home-based business.

They said it signed a 20-member coalition in the first half of 2021 that will add more than 100 new office spaces to its network, compared to 30 last year.

Negotiations are underway in countries including India, Malaysia, and the United States, with more workplaces planned for smaller towns.

“Companies report that the partnership has been around for a long time. This requirement is recommended for employees to live and work in your area,” the IWG said.

These include new workplaces in central Zirakpur in northern India, and three new workplaces on the outskirts of Melaka city, while workers experience work at home or locally. Close to walking.

The increase is free of charge to IWG, along with business partners who have invested in the organizations.

The IWG code of conduct led to the signing of the IWG earlier this year, which brought 300,000 employees worldwide to the office.

The number of UK international organizations – taking into account the transgender space – work combined from home, new office spaces or companies have chosen to combine office space – has doubled this year, the IWG said.

Last month, the UK’s demand for mixed opportunities rose 15% compared to predictions, while the United States sees 43% travel, IWG via their email.

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