Only 22% of Malaysia employees prefer full-time office work post-pandemic

When pandemic restrictions ease locally, only 22% of Malaysia employees surveyed would prefer to work from office full-time, according to the EY 2021 Work Reimagined Employee Survey. The majority would prefer to work anywhere (23%), work remotely full time (29%), or in a hybrid work arrangement, i.e. Tan Lay Keng, EY Asean and Malaysia People Advisory Services Leader comments:“The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a major shift in where we work, when we work and how we work. Employers that promote hybrid work arrangements and provide the flexibility for employees to work anywhere and anytime, are ahead of the curve. As employers adapted to offer hybrid work arrangements, they have had to change their work practices to better manage productivity during the pandemic.

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