How some companies gained from work from home

Office workers in Singapore’s largely empty Central Business District in September. The pandemic forced managers to try doing things differently.
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(BLOOMBERG) - Mr Jon-Michial Carter was the biggest sceptic of remote work when one of his managers suggested they test the idea in 2019.

"We had a 100,000 sq ft facility full of clinicians delivering remote virtual care," said the founder and chief executive of ChartSpan, a chronic-care provider based in South Carolina. "It seemed inconceivable that we could send them home."

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