HSBC will allow some of its Hong Kong employees to work as many as four days a week at home as lenders embrace more flexible working arrangements following months of working remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg HSBC will allow some of its Hong Kong employees to work as many as four days a week at home as lenders embrace more flexible working arrangements following months of working remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg
HSBC will allow some of its Hong Kong employees to work as many as four days a week at home as lenders embrace more flexible working arrangements following months of working remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg
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Working from home calls for land rethink in Hong Kong

  • Questions hang over the need for more office space in a city seeking sites for homes when staff have become used to flexible work arrangements during the pandemic

HSBC will allow some of its Hong Kong employees to work as many as four days a week at home as lenders embrace more flexible working arrangements following months of working remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg HSBC will allow some of its Hong Kong employees to work as many as four days a week at home as lenders embrace more flexible working arrangements following months of working remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg
HSBC will allow some of its Hong Kong employees to work as many as four days a week at home as lenders embrace more flexible working arrangements following months of working remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Bloomberg
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