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    Returning to the office – can you say no?

    With coronavirus community cases tapering down and with Phase 3 of Singapore’s reopening around the corner, is it time to reverse this biggest ...
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    Disruption 101: How COVID-19 is revolutionising work

    As companies around the world make the leap to embrace digital transformation and remote working amidst a worsening COVID-19 outbreak, we break ...
  3. An Asian man works at home.

    Commentary: Mediocre workers have nowhere to hide - even if working from home

    Employers may suggest homeworking suits the ‘least engaged’ but physical presence does not equal competence, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
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    Commentary: Nobody really wants to answer pointless after-hours work emails

    In a burnout epidemic, the right to switch off is needed more than ever, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
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    Commentary: Why are some people less productive than others when working from home?

    The vast majority of those polled said they got more done at home but prolonged isolation that comes from not being around colleagues does take a ...
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    Commentary: Nobody wants to return to a five-day work week as it was

    Bosses who want everyone back in the office full-time face a showdown with their workers, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
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    9 things to keep you comfy and entertained if you're staying home more often

    From gardening sets to coffee makers, here are creature comforts that will make self-isolating at home a more enjoyable affair.
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    Commentary: Workers only return to office for the friendships and fellowship

    Persuading staff to return to the office, without sacrificing the inclusivity of Zoom and the advantages of working from home, is hard, says the ...