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| 04 March, 2021, 08:41 PM IST | E-Paper
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    Office occupancy up as work-from-office gathers steam

    Office space operators say that they expect occupancy levels to rise quickly after the vaccine programme gathers momentum.

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    Mumbai, the country’s financial and business capital, is reporting lower numbers because employers are discouraging use of public transport by employees, in part because of recently rising Covid-19 cases.

    New Delhi | Bengaluru | Mumbai: Offices are slowly but hopefully surely filling up. Leading office space operators and co-working companies are reporting occupancy levels of 10-35% across the country. While cities like Bengaluru and Hyderabad, dominated by WFH-ing IT workforce, are still behind the national average offices in national capital region (NCR), which hosts companies across sectors, are seeing higher occupancy rates. Mumbai, the
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