So, WiPro is doing fine with its employees at home
I wonder how many other businesses are finding that teleworking works. Obviously, not the supermarkets, but there are a lot of companies who are going to find that they do not need to have so much office space. Sure, there's the bragging rights, the "yes, next month we're moving to our new, 16,000 sq foot headquarters", but when the pandemic is over, I wonder what the impact will be on office meetings and dragging everybody to work at eight-thirty and keeping them cooped up until five.
Obviously, everything is not going to change. It is still very helpful (and efficient) to be able to mosey over to a colleague's desk and ask him a question, something that is more difficult to do when you're at home. Email and chat work, but they are not ideal replacements for a good conversation. And I'm pretty sure that, when the confinement is lifted, people will actually be happy to see their colleagues, for a day or two at least ;).
But long-term ? This crises has demonstrated that being in the office is not a requirement for getting work done. And that is going to have to have some sort of impact on the working environment.