INTERACTIVE: For many Malaysians, working from home may not work out

PETALING JAYA: WFH (working from home) could potentially become a norm for many businesses in Malaysia following the Covid-19 outbreak, according to the findings of a survey by recruitment agency Jobstreet.

However, recent research by Khazanah Research Institute has found that WFH may not be a viable option for many workers in the country especially those who are self-employed or categorised as vulnerable.

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