Working from home some of the time, or hybrid working, will become "the norm" for many companies after the pandemic, says global workspace provider IWG.Firms will be looking to save money and be more environment-friendly by using less office space, said IWG chief executive Mark Dixon.
IWG said 2020 had been a "challenging" year as fewer firms rented its offices.
But it said it was ready to take advantage of "accelerating demand" for hybrid working.
"Something's happening and it is a change to the way that companies and people work," Mr Dixon told the BBC's Today programme.
The coronavirus crisis hit IWG hard, with waning demand for its services leading to a pre-tax loss of £620m last year, according to newly released results.