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Human Resource Management is a group of people who work together to ensure that human resources are successfully managed for the benefit of individuals, society, and organizations. Since the pandemic, the current situation among employees has made the work-from-home concept necessary. It almost looks to be a win-win situation, where the employers retain competent staff while cutting costs, and the employees enjoy a home-like setting. A remote effort plan must provide a window into the workday of the remote worker so that productivity may be monitored. Workforces that work from home have job obligations that do not need them to be physically present at the office.

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Khristian S. Liwanag, “A CASE STUDY ON THE ADVANTAGES AND CHALLENGES OF WORK FROM HOME (WFH) SCHEME DURING PANDEMIC”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 6, no. 5, p. 19, Sep. 2021.

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