Video | KrASIA team reflects on pros and cons of working remotely

Written by James Chan Published on 

In what has been called the world’s largest work-from-home experiment, here’s how we adapted.

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted daily life on a large scale. Here at KrASIA, we’ve been able to continue working, but have had to do so remotely like many other companies around the world.

Remote working itself isn’t new, but it is the first time for many companies to implement it. Luckily for us, a large part of our daily work can be done with a computer, an internet connection, and a smartphone. However, we did have to adjust and adapt our workflow, and we discovered some of the positives and negatives of remote working while doing so.

To share some insight on what could be the world’s largest work-from-home experience, we talked to various members of our team in Beijing and Singapore to hear their thoughts about this particular moment.

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