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Boston's financial staff work from home during lockdown

(Reuters) - Larry Peruzzi, who runs a trading desk at a small institutional broker in Boston, came into his office at 7:45 a.m. on Friday and told his two-person early morning crew to leave immediately and prepare to work from home.


Project to help women work from home soon

Women unable to travel too far from home to work due to family commitments will soon be able to work from home, said Human Resources Minister Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam.


TM’s green programme: 10 chosen to work from home to cut travel, time and money

KUALA LUMPUR: A pilot programme that allows employees to work from home has been introduced by Telekom Malaysia Bhd in a move to make the group more 'environment-friendly.'


The poor and the needy encouraged to work from home

MUAR: The Ministry of Human Resources wants the needy and poor to involve themselves more in work-at-home activities to generate income for their families.


Can you work from home without going to office?

The Chief Secretary Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Hassan says: 'The civil service is a very big organisation that is outcome-driven, and if working from home will increase productivity, that is something we will definitely recommend to the Government.'


Work-from-home options for men? Why not, says ministry

MORE work-from-home options should be given to men.


Works Ministry’s work-from-home programme is a success

The pioneer Works Ministry programme to allow some of its staff to work from home has been found to be successful, Works Minister Works Minister Datuk Shaziman Abu Mansor said.


More to benefit from work-from-home programme

ROMPIN: More companies will be roped in to provide part-time jobs to housewives, single mothers, the under-privileged and hardcore poor through the Government's work-from-home programme.


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Work-from-home project to help the urban poor

The Selangor government is starting a work-from-home scheme and offering free child-minding courses in the middle of this month under a pilot project to help the urban poor.