How rents and business in S'pore are affected as people work from home

Marketing firm Rainmaker’s office has been empty as its employees have been working from home. PHOTO: THE RAINMAKER
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Working from home is making many smaller businesses rethink whether they need to pay the same monthly rent just to retain empty offices.

So when their leases expire, some move their operations to shared office space while others want to drive hard bargains to make landlords reduce rent.

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