Poll finds most people in Singapore would rather work from home

Accounts manager Nur Alfisyah Nonis prefers working from home as she enjoys the extra time she gets with her children and for herself.
Accounts manager Nur Alfisyah Nonis prefers working from home as she enjoys the extra time she gets with her children and for herself.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

SINGAPORE - One night during the circuit breaker last year, Ms Nur Alfisyah Nonis, 32, told her daughter, seven, to watch her brother, two.

She went to the toilet, locked the door, sat in the bathtub, and bawled. The accounts manager, who was working from home, was so swamped with work that she had buckled when her son threw a tantrum.

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