Employees of UnionBank of the Philippines attend a virtual meeting. Photo: Handout Employees of UnionBank of the Philippines attend a virtual meeting. Photo: Handout
Employees of UnionBank of the Philippines attend a virtual meeting. Photo: Handout

Philippines’ months-long lockdown forces firms to embrace remote working

  • As Metro Manila has endured nearly 80 days of ‘community quarantine’, a digital transformation is allowing more employees to work from home
  • But the switch to remote working has not been without its difficulties and some industries such as business process outsourcing are struggling to adapt

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic: All stories
Employees of UnionBank of the Philippines attend a virtual meeting. Photo: Handout Employees of UnionBank of the Philippines attend a virtual meeting. Photo: Handout
Employees of UnionBank of the Philippines attend a virtual meeting. Photo: Handout
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