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April 17 - 21, 2023
Chicago, IL

Since the inception of the working culture and corporate culture, work from the office remain the major available option to choose from. The offices’ premises and their culture remained the main attraction for the employees to visit, enjoy and deliver the work as per the requirement of the business.

This all is all just because office space is to be considered as the heart of any business. The COVID-19 pandemic has a huge impact on the role of the office, with many employees switching to work from home instead of the office. The employees start to work remotely and shifted to isolation.

If employees work from the office, it helps them to stay healthier and positive as they are getting regular challenges and motivations from their surroundings i.e. teammates, seniors, or juniors even sometimes. In smartData, we have many such inspirations starting from the C.E.O. Ajay Tiwari who is himself can be appointed as a brand ambassador for the physical fitness team.

In addition to this, the office plays a vital role in the optimization of innovation and collaboration in the business. The office provides the environment for the people to learn & share the ideas with the team openly without any hesitation. Also, employees can aim for big collaboration in the office face-to-face group meeting.

In a nutshell, work from the office will be always on the higher side for gaining aspects related to employees and employers. In the time of pandemic like Covid 19, all should take care of themselves and their surroundings with all precaution’s so that there should be no loss of any human life.

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