Despite a surge in jobseekers' interest, Singapore employers are scaling back on remote work: Indeed
The attitude to remote work from employers remains at odds with the preferences of jobseekers in Singapore.
Concerns over the rising cost of living and a looming recession will see professionals in Singapore likely to request, and expect their employers to consider a pay increment for 2023.
Microsoft’s Work Trend Index found that most Malaysian workers want flexible remote work to continue, though employers face challenges with work silos and burnout.
Covid-19 has necessitated change in the way companies approach devices for work, and this includes making the right investments in security and sustainability.
A new study suggests that employees in Asia Pacific and Japan are no stranger to remote work and can embrace it as the new normal, but there are still a lot for employers to do in order to improve the trend.