2020 has been a tough year for everyone- a pandemic made the world put on halt
and nothing was spared- coworking was no exception. Everything became virtual
and somehow coworkers managed to pull itself virtual, but virtually there were
many challenges for the coworkers itself.

Flexibility, cultivating a strong sense of community, cross-collaboration and
shared spaces ? suddenly became barriers as footsteps become controlled or
almost non-existent and office spaces were sanitized. New Covid protocols were
established on the workforce as the pandemic restriction came to rest around the
end of the year.

As workforce forges on 2021, coworking scene has changed in the term of new
normal it has become more of a real state scene to capitalize by companies
offering ?employees the flexibility they need in this pandemic state.

The effect of the work-from-home model has had erroneous effect on the mental
health of the family, according to a survey by the Conference Board, 42%
increase in the number of employees burnout and 46% decrease in work-life
balance as work from home persisted.

Reliving these facts, companies are working around in developing a hybrid model
wherein a combination of remote work and office work can go hand in hand giving
the flexibility ?as an expected standard of the modern employers while
supporting the need for team members to come together and collaborate when in
need.