The view of Hong Kong’s skyline with commercial and residential buildings is seen  at Victoria Peak in Hong Kong on July 17, 2020. Photo: Sun Yeung The view of Hong Kong’s skyline with commercial and residential buildings is seen  at Victoria Peak in Hong Kong on July 17, 2020. Photo: Sun Yeung
The view of Hong Kong’s skyline with commercial and residential buildings is seen at Victoria Peak in Hong Kong on July 17, 2020. Photo: Sun Yeung
Office rental

Two of three Hong Kong office staff want to keep working from home, boding ill for demand in the world’s most expensive office market

  • Two out of three respondents in the inaugural survey conducted by Microsoft said they want remote work options to remain
  • Up to 65 per cent of Hong Kong’s corporate leaders said their companies are planning to redesign their office space to accommodate a “hybrid” culture that combines in-office and work-from-home arrangements

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The view of Hong Kong’s skyline with commercial and residential buildings is seen  at Victoria Peak in Hong Kong on July 17, 2020. Photo: Sun Yeung The view of Hong Kong’s skyline with commercial and residential buildings is seen  at Victoria Peak in Hong Kong on July 17, 2020. Photo: Sun Yeung
The view of Hong Kong’s skyline with commercial and residential buildings is seen at Victoria Peak in Hong Kong on July 17, 2020. Photo: Sun Yeung
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