Only half of surveyed firms plan to continue WFH after quarantine

Only half of surveyed firms plan to continue WFH after quarantine

While majority of companies have work from home (WFH) programs, only 54 per cent of them have plans of continuing this practice once the quarantine is lifted, according to the Digital Transformation Survey conducted by P&A Grant Thornton.

According to P&A Grant Thornton’s digital transformation services director Herbert Bactong, 80 per cent of its respondents have work-from-home programs, and 66 per cent started WFH arrangements during the quarantine. However, only 54 per cent of these companies plan to continue the practice once the quarantine is lifted.

Bactong also noted that small and medium enterprises have a higher percentage of ongoing or completed digital transformation projects than large companies do, which “may be due to the flexibility that they can afford and the less complex project requirements of smaller organizations.”

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