The shift to remote work that many companies have made in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been significant, and it is likely that some form of remote work will continue to be a part of the work landscape in the future. However, the extent to which remote work will be adopted, and the specific ways in which it will be implemented, will likely vary from company to company and depend on a variety of factors.

Many companies have found that remote work has allowed them to increase productivity and reduce costs, which may lead to the permanent adoption of remote work policies. In a survey conducted by Gartner, more than 80% of companies surveyed said that they plan to allow employees to continue working remotely at least some of the time post-pandemic. However, there are also some challenges that companies have faced with remote work, such as communication and collaboration difficulties, lack of face-to-face interactions, and reduced opportunities for professional development.

Shared office spaces, coworking, private office space rentals and executive suites will continue to grow in terms of demand.

In short, Remote work will likely be a long-term trend, but the specific way it will be implemented in different companies will depend on the factors that are most important to them.