The impact of work from home on productivity among manufacturing industry workers during MCO

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Thousands of people had significant health problems as the COVID-19 virus swept over the country which is increasing the fatality rate. The only way to stop the epidemic from spreading was for affected countries to halt all civil and eco-nomic operations for an extended period. As a result, some governments have imposed a global lockdown, which is still in effect. In this scenario, all business activity in all industries is halted. For numerous industries, the shutdown has a variety of ramifications. The aviation, hospitality, restaurant, and manufacturing industries, for example, have all shut down and will take years to recover. To tackle the current scenario, businesses are attempting to manage offices and administrative jobs using the "Work from Home" (WFH) paradigm. Businesses are attempting to withstand the storm. Furthermore, the factors that affects the productivity of work from home had been identified. Productivity has been largely determined by occupant self-reports. These are more subjective in nature and more prone to bias than satisfaction ratings, as respondents are asked to make an estimate based on their own emotions
Journal of Optimization in Industrial Engineering, Volume:16 Issue: 34, Winter and Spring 2023
219 to 223  
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