In recent years, offices have become more than just workplaces. They are often spaces where we meet friends or spend leisure time. Even breaks during the workday are often used in a way that, at least in theory, is unrelated to the job at hand. As it turns out, individuals working in a hybrid model
increasingly use their time in the office to maintain relationships with their colleagues. This is crucial for job satisfaction and the sense of being part of a real team. Social gatherings during such meetings can also lead to the generation of ideas that are subsequently used during work.