Survey: Most employees in Singapore keen to continue working from home after Covid-19


Some 2,700 respondents participated in the ongoing survey.ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO

SINGAPORE, April 30 (The Straits Times/ANN) - An ongoing survey has found that 90 percent of employees here wish to continue working from home in some capacity after the circuit breaker ends.

Across some 2,700 respondents as of April 28, 10 per cent said they would want to continue working from home for a quarter of their usual working time.

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