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Policy changes COVID-19 companies South Korea 2020

In a survey carried out about COVID-19 prevention measures for companies in South Korea in August 2020, approximately 58 percent of surveyed companies answered that they made it compulsory for their employees to wear face masks during working hours. According to the source, large companies and public organizations had the highest share of enforcing this rule, while medium and small companies were not so strict.

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Leading policy changes due to COVID-19 by companies in South Korea as of August 2020

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Release date

August 2020


South Korea

Survey time period

August 21 to 24, 2020

Number of respondents

316 companies

Supplementary notes

*flexible working allows employees to flexibly change their working hours or even workspace, such as working from home.

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