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Work amid the pandemic: Hybrid may be the way to go in S'pore

Even before the pandemic, Changi Airport Group had allowed for staggered work hours for its staff and the option to work remotely for the day if necessary. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE - Working from home has been the norm for the past year but firms are now figuring out a new game plan in the light of rules allowing 75 per cent of staff to return to the office.

Hybrid arrangements, with workers spending some time at the office and other days at home, seem to be the way to go, companies and experts told The Straits Times.

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