Following the 1st Movement Control Order (MCO) imposed by the Malaysian Government on 25 March 2020 due to the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, some of the social and economic activities have not been running as usual. Among the efforts and initiatives taken to curb the spread includes restriction of activities which deemed as non-critical services to be fully operated from business premises. Therefore, in ensuring businesses continue their operations, companies have allowed their employees to work remotely either from home (WFH) or from anywhere (WFA).
The impact has not just changed the way businesses operate, but also supported the growth of remote working. Responding to this prolonged crisis, companies have begun focusing on ways to bring remote employees together while being apart. Then, the human capital and talent need to be engaged with appropriate tools and information to allow them to work remotely and cooperatively in order to achieve shared business goals. How to make remote working productive and efficient? All will be discussed in this programme.