Coronavirus: Make working from home work

The Straits Times
Republished with Permission
16 Feb 2020

Apart from the needs of individual workers, their families are also affected by this decamping, says Mr Chong Ee Jay, 40, family life specialist at Focus on the Family Singapore, a charity which partners individuals and organisations to strengthen family relationships.

"The disruption of the daily routine may be of concern to some families," he says.

"Resilient families are the first line of support - and defence - against challenges."

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