How do employees in Vietnam feel about remote working?

Young woman working remotely

As countries implement varying degrees of lockdowns to tackle the global coronavirus outbreak, we see employees across the world getting acclimatised to business-wide remote work arrangements, video conferences and virtual collaborations.

But is working from home necessarily everyone’s cup of tea?

To accurately find out how employees in Vietnam feel about their ‘Work from Home’ arrangements, we tapped into our database and surveyed professionals across various industries, job functions and seniorities, from 16 April to 13 May 2020, to gauge their sentiments towards remote working.

Our compiled infographic below presents an in-depth look of how employees are adapting to a future of increasingly remote and virtual workspaces.

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In times of uncertainty, companies have to proactivity navigate current and future scenarios to set the stage for their employees to succeed. How is your organisation preparing itself for the future of work?

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