Tuesday, April 20, 2021

WFH

LinkedIn gives staff week off for well-being

LinkedIn does not expect employees to begin returning to its offices until September, and plans to make it standard practice to let them work from home as much as half of the time.

Govt mulls extending WFH with full pay for those caring for sick family members

Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin says this is to encourage shared responsibility and increase women's work productivity.

Masih wujudkan ruang pejabat selepas pasca pandemik?

Kebanyakan syarikat mengatakan mereka bersedia untuk meneruskan trend kerja dari rumah walaupun ruang pejabat tidak akan lenyap sepenuhnya.

Is there room for the office in the post-pandemic world?

Many companies say they are ready to continue the work from home trend although the traditional office space may never completely disappear.

Cities outside KL see better property demand in 2020

The subsale property demand in these cities shows a positive trend, attributed in part to the change in lifestyle brought about by Covid-19.

Of WFH and #KitaJagaKita

While working from home may still get the job done, those who call for lockdowns with no consideration of the consequences on anyone else should rethink their positions.

Sisi gelap bekerja dari rumah

Walaupun bekerja dari rumah dikatakan lebih mudah dan selesa, ia boleh menimbulkan masalah kepada mereka yang bergelut beralih kepada cara kerja secara dalam talian.

Kepayahan menjaga anak dalam pandemik

Pusat penjagaan kanak-kanak amat penting untuk perkembangan si kecil, tetapi pandemik Covid-19 membantutkan proses itu setelah taska dan tadika terpaksa ditutup.

No noise, please, let govt walk the lives-livelihoods tightrope

Critics of the government's work from home order should understand that its hands are full battling the Covid-19 pandemic.

No forcing workers to take leave during WFH period, govt warns

Employers cannot force workers to take annual or unpaid leave during this period.

Bulk of 3.1 million workers in 3 sectors can go to office ahead of WFH rule

Miti says only 25% of the total workforce should work from home, with some exceptions.

Lebih 700,000 kakitangan pengurusan, penyeliaan bekerja dari rumah mulai esok

Hanya 10% pekerja melibatkan perakaunan, kewangan, pentadbiran, perundangan, perancangan dan ICT dibenarkan berada di pejabat.

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