After two painful years of being ravaged by the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses have to rebuild themselves. The collapse in businesses and deteriorating earnings have led to the surge in unemployment and falling income amid rising expenditure has become a worrying trend.

Businesses have to change their work arrangements as the government pushed the work-form-home agenda. Employees, on the other hand, had the flexibility of working remotely and to a certain extent, productivity has increased according to consultants.

KPMG Executive Director, People & Change, Sharmini Ann Jacob commented in an interview: "According to KPMG's 'The Work-From-Home Revolution 2020' survey, insights from over 3,000 respondents revealed that those with the capability and capacity to leverage on communication platforms and were willing to adopt to new technology reported an increase in their productivity levels.”

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