The shrinking office space

The coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic and the resulting MCO has forced companies to consider how they are using their office space, according to property consultancy Savills Malaysia Sdn Bhd managing director Datuk Paul Khong.(pic)

SIX months into the movement control order (MCO), an employee of a subsidiary of a listed company says it has reduced the number of floors it is occupying.

“The space freed can be rented out, ” says the employee who declines to be named. The consolidation was done during the MCO period.

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