Working life has entered a new normal. Before the global pandemic, the conventional understanding had been that offices were critical to productivity, culture, and winning the war for talent. Companies competed intensely for prime office space in major urban locations around the world, and many focused on solutions that were seen to promote collaboration. Before now, logistics, open-office architecture, hoteling, and co-working environment were the primary concerns.
But estimates suggest that 25% of companies are willing to move 10% of their employees to permanent remote positions even after 2020. Contrary to what they say that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side, it seems to be emerald green when it comes to remote work. According to Buffer, 99% of remote workers would like to continue doing so to some extent.
Twitter has already said that all its employees will be allowed to work from home permanently and Facebook expects half its staff to do so within a decade.
This is an indication that the new “working-from-home economy” will continue long past the coronavirus pandemic. Many employees liberated from long commutes and travel have found more productive ways to spend that time, enjoyed greater flexibility in balancing their personal and professional lives, and decided that they prefer to work from home rather than the office. Many organizations think they can access new pools of talent with fewer locational constraints, adopt innovative processes to boost productivity, create an even stronger culture, and significantly reduce real-estate costs.
Thanks to technological advancements of the 21st century – all these are possible. At the forefront of creating a smart living for all is LG Electronics. The South Korean company has redefined the footprint of creativity and productivity with its products across the world.
According to Mr. Taeick Son, Managing Director, LG Electronics, West Africa Operations said; “As a global company, LG Electronics has come a long way in supporting millions of households with quality, cutting-edge technological products. Our philosophy to technology and innovative designs has obviously endeared us to our esteemed consumers in Nigeria and all over the world.
“This is a good time to get LG OLED TV Series. Our latest LG’s brilliant OLEDs, excellent NanoCell TVs, and smarter-than-average smart TVs have arrived for 2020. While we’re still waiting on some of the more exotic models, like the LG Rollable RX OLED, you can already enjoy great moments with families and friends he averred.
“LG OLED TVs transforms the way we consume content, they take movies, TV shows and gaming to a different level. Packed with 4K resolution and even deeper shades of black, you’ll enjoy every minute of your entertainment whilst you work at home or from anywhere” . He added
With an LG Ultrawide monitor you’ll discover cutting-edge display technology and slim designs, from the LG CINEMA 3D monitor, the new standard in 3-dimensional excellence, to our dazzling LED and LCD monitors, which offer state-of-the-art display and features. You’ll get a new outlook on life with monitors and other computer equipment from LG.
From 25 inch to 34 inch monitors, LG Ultrawide monitors are perfect fit every home. They’re even greater for the communication software (such as Microsoft Teams and Slack) that has become so vital for working on the cloud and communicating with coworkers, and when paired with the lightweight 17-inch LG gram, the owner can video conference at home and away on the recently booming Zoom, Webex and Teams platforms.
The LG UltraFine series also offer mesmerizing 4K/5K resolution on vivid IPS/fast VA panels with the best gaming features and easy installation anywhere, particularly good for creative professionals like animators, artists, graphic designers and architects needing that extra bit of detail. For those recreating the office in their home, LG has a wide range of powerful yet compact CineBeam projectors that do the job right. Simply display a presentation on a clear wall and see things in 150 inches that you wouldn’t normally see on a small screen.