ISA introduces Workabode units

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Singapore: International Service Apartments (ISA) has launched the Workabode concept, designed foe guests who need workspace in their apartments.

The company says working from home has become the norm for expatriates and Singaporean residents alike due to COVID-19.

ISA Workabode is "a new concept which combines the work and home environment to ensure you get the most out of your stay. A safe, comfortable, and conducive environment for all those Zoom meetings and late-night emailing sessions can be fulfilled with this concept."

ISA says the move-in process is hassle-free, while the booking process will be done through an online portal to reduce face-to-face interaction, in line with the government Covid-19 advice.

Units are prepared before check-in, including printer and laptop rental services.

"This concept is perfectly suitable for those white collar and expatriates who frequently have to travel for business trips in Singapore," says ISA. "Some companies in Singapore have provided their staff with work-from-home incentives to help them get through this tough time, handed out certain allowance to each employee as part of their work-from-home assistance scheme. Even after COVID-19 restrictions are eased, some companies may choose to make work-from-home as a permanent option for their staff. With flexible-stay options and Workabode concept at ISA, the guest does not have to worry about having to commit long-term and look for a place to work away from the office. They can have the entire unit for themselves and work in a safe home working space without any distraction. ISA will customise the work environment to their preference, and they will not have to worry about the printer ink running out or lacking in stationeries. Unlike a business centre in a hotel, Workabode is a cosy and welcoming space that feels just like home."

ISA offers a variety of of apartments ranging from studios to four-bedrooms.


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