Fatigue caused by working from home regime has prompted more workers in Asia-Pacific to crave for a return to offices. Photo: Bloomberg
Fatigue caused by working from home regime has prompted more workers in Asia-Pacific to crave for a return to offices. Photo: Bloomberg
Alex Barnes
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Alex Barnes

Changing work dynamics inject new life into Hong Kong’s prime office sector

  • Employees in Asia-Pacific prefer to spend three days a week in the office on average, according to a JLL survey, up from two days in a study a year earlier
  • A shift in working practices has driven a flight to quality in Hong Kong’s grade A office market as demand for space revives

Fatigue caused by working from home regime has prompted more workers in Asia-Pacific to crave for a return to offices. Photo: Bloomberg
Fatigue caused by working from home regime has prompted more workers in Asia-Pacific to crave for a return to offices. Photo: Bloomberg
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