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Nestle signs pilot deal with co-working firm IWG allowing 10,000 employees in China to work remotely, while DBS surrenders Hong Kong office space in nod to Covid-19

Nestle and DBS are joining the ranks of organisations adapting to the coronavirus pandemic by switching to new work arrangements.While Nestle, the world’s largest food company, will allow all of its 10,000 employees in mainland China to work remotely, Singapore-based lender DBS is giving up some of its office space at Swire Properties’ One Island East in Hong Kong’s Quarry Bay district, according to Bloomberg.“The effects of Covid-19 have changed the way we work, and flexibility is important…

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