The Covid pandemic has pushed society to be more technologically dependent. There has been a major increase in video meetings and conferences due to the work from home policy. However, some businesses utilize VR meetings rather than the traditional video meetings on Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams, etc. With a VR headset individuals still experience the luxury of being in their own home, but have a closer connection with their peers rather than a video conference or phone call. Instead of having to get dressed up you can customize your own avatar that would be used for your office team. A virtual reality office not only saves the employee time and money but the company as well. Companies will not have to rent out as many buildings or pay for airfare and lodging. The New York Journal reported that “companies spend around 10% of their revenue on business travel-related expenses.” By using a virtual reality office, companies can improve their business by utilizing those expenses elsewhere. Employees can learn essential skills, knowledge, and procedures with VR training. VR training can reduce training equipment costs because it would be through a virtual simulation instead. Finally, VR offices will boost productivity, creativity, and collaboration among remote workers.