Higher productivity for some who work from home


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  • Monday, 06 Jul 2020

Pros and cons: Jah Syazwani (left), Yong (middle) and Chang shared their opinions on the viability of working from home as well as areas for improvement.

PETALING JAYA: As the recovery movement control order (MCO) has allowed more people to return to work, employees are hoping for more flexible work arrangements, even as some companies are reporting increased productivity from teleworking.

CEO of a B2B e-commerce company Thinesh Kumar Asogan said he allowed his employees to work three days a week from home and two days at the office.

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