Singaporeans Have Returned To The Office As Singapore Ends Homeworking Default

Megan Zara Walsh Megan Zara Walsh - Staff Writer

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The Ministry Of Health announced before Christmas that 50 percent of employees who are working-from-home would be permitted to return to the office in Singapore in January.

Certainly, January 3, saw crowds of excited employees return to the office to work. Although, these measurements meant that only fully-vaccinated employees, employees who have recovered from COVID-19, or those medically-exempt were allowed return to the workplace.

Workplaces assured that safe measurements have been put in place to limit interaction, with many businesses gradually increasing the number of people at the office, in order to combat the spread of COVID-19. Likewise, different work times, breaks and other arrangements have been encouraged.


Definitely, a return to the office in Singapore brings health benefits to Singaporeans. Such as, keeping people engaged and connected to the wider workforce. Unfortunately, working-from-home has been the default since September when COVID-19 cases increased in Singapore.

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