Digital Desk, Seoul. Most South Korean businesses that have adopted a remote work at home plan due to the COVID-19 pandemic plan to continue the policy after the pandemic is over. This was informed in a survey on Thursday.
In a recent Labor Ministry survey conducted on 620 businesses that use remote work policies, 75.2 percent said they plan to either continue with the plan at the current level, Yonhap news agency reports Or are planning to partially reduce it.
The survey said 11.3 percent of businesses intend to stop the remote work plan when the pandemic ends. Of the companies willing to maintain the plan at the current level, 53.6 per cent said they do not see any difference in productivity compared to office work, while 20.5 per cent cited strong intent by the management to do so. More than two-thirds of workers at such companies hoped to continue remote work after the pandemic. According to the ministry, most working parents with young children prefer the remote working system.
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