Volume : 7, Issue : 8, AUG 2021

CULTURE CHANGE DURING COVID-19 WORK FROM HOME APPROACH

NOOR AINA UMAR, MOHD FAISAL ABU BAKAR, JOHAN NADZRI CHE’ RUS, IHSAN AZHAR, ABDUL KADIR OTHMAN, SAMSUDIN WAHAB

Abstract

This paper will discuss the changes in workplace culture during the COVID-19 pandemic. It has had a huge impact on the culture in the workplace. People have learned that they can get things done just by being at home and not having to commute to the office.

This study will also determine the productivity factors and organizational culture carried out by employees. The ability of employees and employers to perform these tasks remotely will contribute to operational effectiveness.

Keywords

WORK FROM HOME, WORKPLACE CULTURE, PERFORMANCE, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.

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