Working From Home Trends For 2024-2025

With many professionals and businesses implementing work from home measures, there are new trends that we will begin to encounter.

In the UK, we spend 60 minutes a day on average commuting to and from work. Stuck in traffic, squeezing into overcrowded transport or battling the beloved British weather. With a Vivid Pod at the foot of your garden you can spend that valuable time doing the things you love the most. We won’t judge if that means an extra hour in bed!

Sound familiar? Let’s have a chat.

This week's article:
Enjoyed this? Share it!
The business world is changing rapidly, and the pandemic has shown that the work from home trend is here to stay, even after the pandemic. Many have been convinced that working from home is already a viable way to stay productive, while still being flexible. With many professionals and businesses implementing work from home measures, there are new trends that we will begin to encounter.

With that being said, we are going to take a look at some work from home trends that you can expect to see in 2024 and beyond:

Integrated Workspace

With prolonged work from home activities, professionals can no longer work on dining table or in the living room. There must be a dedicated space for working that’s ideal for all situations, including for video conferencing sessions. Many professionals convert an unused guest room for use as a temporary home office.

Focus On Health

Being healthy means being productive. Prolonged work from home activities can mean a lack of physical activity, especially if local lockdown measures discourage people from going outside for unnecessary purposes. More focus on health and wellness will be a part of professional activities to keep things sustainable. Before and after work, professionals should do light indoor exercises to keep their blood flowing and their internal systems active. Staying fit and healthy at home is a trend that everyone needs to follow.

Social Media As Work Tool

as people spend more time at home, the use of social media has skyrocketed. Other than for interacting socially, social media can also help professionals stay connected, informed, and involved with their networks. Instagram is a good tool for searching and sharing ground-breaking ideas, and Pinterest is an effective tool for promoting products and services through visuals.

Virtual Coffee Breaks

Interpersonal virtual coffee break sessions are a way for professionals to relax and share information in a more casual way. Through Zoom or other online conferencing platforms, it is possible for professionals to have scheduled virtual coffee breaks.

Home Office Pods

As remote work is here to stay, home office pods offer home workers privacy, efficiency, and a personalised place to work. A Garden Pod from Vivid Pods can be customised to your specific needs and require very little time to build.

Contact Vivid Pods

To learn more about a garden room from Vivid Pods, contact Vivid Pods today and speak with a bespoke garden office professional who can answer any questions you might have.

Let's chat Pods