Will a hybrid workplace mean inequality between remote and office workers?

Human resource experts say some employees who are working remotely full time worry about being "out of sight, out of mind". ST PHOTOS: KUA CHEE SIONG, LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE - Hybrid workplaces are becoming the norm amid Covid-19 and this trend is likely to continue after the pandemic.

But this could lead to a different type of inequality emerging in the workplace - one between remote and office workers.

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