The Problems With Working From Home
Siti Aiysyah, Research Associate, Khazanah Research Institute
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The coronavirus outbreak has impacted working life for most of us with most people now forced to work from home, with the MCO estimated to affect 2.4 million jobs, according to the Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER).
With the reality that work-from-home arrangements are likely to persist for many even after the movement control order is lifted, what does this mean for us?
How much work can really be done from home and what happens to those who are not able to do so?
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