The Big Read: Mass telecommuting will shake up S’pore’s CBD, end work and office life as we know it
SINGAPORE — Before the Covid-19 pandemic struck, Mr Rahul Raj had never quite entertained the idea of working from home.Read more: TODAY »
Ya ya. Promote telecommute watever. Only look at the small picture n blind to the effects surrounding it. Smart nation but resist to change? Stop the joke All these BIG read articles are overstating how much people around us crave the norm. Telecommuting will certainly be seen in more companies, but to believe that things will change significantly after the pandemic is naive at best. These articles are tiresome and pointless.
telecommute is the new norm. in spite of its implications to various sectors like food courts, office rental, public transport, it is a midterm remedy to stay healthy both mentally and physically!
The Big Read in short: What happens to offices, CBD when working from home becomes the norm?Each week, TODAY’s long-running Big Read series delves into trends and issues that matter. This week, we look at the implications of mass telecommuting for Singapore’s Central Business District and work and office life as we know it. This is a shortened version of the full feature, which can be found here.
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