Corona 19 has changed the working landscape of office workers. More and more companies are working at home instead of going to work, but it's a good thing for SMEs.
Reporter Labor Gyu.
Yoon Seung-jae, an IT company, went to work on behalf of the company today (26th).
[Hello. Good morning everybody.]
Communicate with your colleagues via SNS and make video calls when needed.
[Yun Seung-Jae / Kakao Manager: All colleagues are more reassuring, there are a variety of work tools, such as group calls, Facebook Talk, Live Talk is not a big inconvenience.]
Companies are declaring telecommuting one after another in fear of the corona.
In line with this, the Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry requested the self-execution of 180,000 members.
This is because, if a clinician comes out, you may face a fatal situation that closes your business or factory.
But many small businesses are different.
This is Gasan Digital Complex, famous for its industrial complex.
There are many apartment-type factories where many small and medium-sized businesses move in. When I asked the workers here, I couldn't even want to work from home.
[Advertiser employee: I think it's right to work from home. In the present situation. (We) have few people… I don't think it's going to happen because of the company atmosphere. .]
In particular, small manufacturers are concerned about their defenses, but are busy paying for them.
[Molder employee: You have to meet the delivery date, because the collection from the company also comes in, it is a situation that is a little dangerous, but I have no choice but to work.]
Despite the unstable economic outlook, companies are trying to minimize risks by shortening work and working from home, but the gap in the polarized working environment was clear.
(Video Editing: Won Hee Hee, VJ: Seung Min Han, CG: Announcement Number)
"Only to come out to work" SMEs working at home "to talk about"
Corona 19 has changed the working landscape of office workers. More and more companies are working at home instead of going to work, but it's a good thing for SMEs. Reporter Labor Gyu.