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Future workplace

The panic that sparked across business sectors in the wake of the global COVID-19 outbreak appears to have settled somewhat into a grim pragmatism of getting the best output possible under the circumstances. Remote business operations gained in ascendance as COVID-19 outbreaks forced countries to apply lockdown measures, and have now become part of the new normal.

Signs that work from home (WFH) operations are here to stay in the medium term are evident across policy circles and the private sector. The Indian government’s announcement on 21 July to extend facilitation measures for remote operations till 31 December indicated its desire to keep workforces at home, while prominent industry leaders such as Google and Amazon have extended WFH policies further till mid-2021.

How are firms responding to these myriad disruptions? This exclusive MitKat report scrutinizes this in detail, offering fascinating insights.

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