Office workers walk past buildings in Beijing's central business district, as they arrive for work on December 16, 2019. More than half have been telecommuting since the spread of the coronavirus over the Lunar New Year holiday. Photo: Agence France-Presse Office workers walk past buildings in Beijing's central business district, as they arrive for work on December 16, 2019. More than half have been telecommuting since the spread of the coronavirus over the Lunar New Year holiday. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Office workers walk past buildings in Beijing's central business district, as they arrive for work on December 16, 2019. More than half have been telecommuting since the spread of the coronavirus over the Lunar New Year holiday. Photo: Agence France-Presse

Workers at more than 60 per cent of Chinese companies still telecommuting amid coronavirus lockdown, says Baidu

  • Online searches for ‘telecommuting’ surged 6.25 times over the past three weeks, as companies tried to find ways to minimise work disruptions

Topic |   China technology
Office workers walk past buildings in Beijing's central business district, as they arrive for work on December 16, 2019. More than half have been telecommuting since the spread of the coronavirus over the Lunar New Year holiday. Photo: Agence France-Presse Office workers walk past buildings in Beijing's central business district, as they arrive for work on December 16, 2019. More than half have been telecommuting since the spread of the coronavirus over the Lunar New Year holiday. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Office workers walk past buildings in Beijing's central business district, as they arrive for work on December 16, 2019. More than half have been telecommuting since the spread of the coronavirus over the Lunar New Year holiday. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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