The companies will be saving money on overhead rental costs and the employees will also be saving money on gas and other expenses like lunches
The pandemic has disrupted more than 2 things. For instance, the supply chain has not yet reclaimed from the 2 years of interruption. We have seen delays in shipments, which has resulted in shelves in the stores being empty. Furthermore, I have observed that our deliveries to our house are taking longer than they did before. This disruption is still trickling down and we see it more and more each day. Another thing that was impacted by the pandemic is the way we conduct business. A lot of dealers had to switch to remote work and more than 2 of those employees who worked from home fell in love with it. They enjoyed the method of being at home and not having to go through that weekly commute to work, this left a lot of office spaces empty, and those employees are refusing to go back to work in the office. Businesses are now forced to provide up greater commercial offices and rent small office spaces instead. This means that there are a lot of commercial office spaces for rent right now on the market. Companies have now realized that they don’t require all the extra office space in order for their supplier to function efficiently, but I think this is a win-win situation for both the companies and for the employees. The companies will be saving money on overhead rental costs and the employees will also be saving money on gas and other expenses like lunches. Perhaps commercial office spaces will soon be a thing of the past, and only time will tell.