In a new collective agreement, Telenet recently stipulated that working from home will remain possible up to 60%. This decision also has an impact on office space: the telecom operator will be closing its offices in Mechelen South. Last December, Proximus already announced to cut out more than half of its current office space in Brussels North. The company notices that office needs are changing, due in part to the coronavirus situation. At Proximus, they want to reinvent the workplace. The office will become more of a meeting place, instead of a daily workplace. At Unilever too, they believe that employees will never again return to a five-day workweek at the office. Numerous companies are currently rethinking their workplaces: What about our office buildings? What about working from home? How many days a week will our employees still work at the office? How can we restore social cohesion after a year of mainly working from home?