Work from home: More Asian businesses acceptive of flexible working but not embracive of four-day week
Via ET Now
Employee preferences are being weighted more heavily than ever, because of just how low unemployment is. Workers are willing to take even a 20 per cent pay cut for remote roles. It’s not going back to the way things were, according to Elisa Mallis, the Managing Director and Vice President of Asia-Pacific at the Center for Creative Leadership.
New Delhi: If the Covid-19 pandemic is to be credited with something good, it would probably be the introduction of work from home. This mode of work not only came as a boon for those seeking work-life balance but also allowed people to pursue their long-due projects or activities.
No matter how many companies have started recalling their employees back to the offices, hybrid working looks like it will stay. In a major shift towards flexible working styles, the number of Asian businesses expecting their employees to work from the office their entire life has decreased over the past two years.
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