Many companies in Vietnam have permitted their staff to work from home to limit the risk of Covid-19 infection.
Tran Thi Nhu Quynh, 26, who works for a communications company in Cau Giay District said that up to 70% of her firm’s staff could work from home, except for technical workers.
The company’s manager made the decision following more Covid-19 cases found in Hanoi.
CEO Corporation has also let all of the firm’s staff to work from home as the company sees less work than usual.
People who still have to go to the workplace every day are required to strictly conform to disease preventive regulations such as wearing mask, being sterlised and undergoing temperature checks.
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Since March 15, Tiki has applied work from home policies for thousands of employees. Boards have to hold online meetings and in necessary cases, staff still have to go to the office.
Be Group has followed the suit since March 16. The company allowed its employees to work from home since early February.
Chairman of Hanoi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung urged people to stay at home as much as possible and work from home if they can.