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International eConference

“On Working from Home: (ICWFH 2022) Hybrid Models for Remote Work Practices in the Post Pandemic Era: Prospects & Challenges

@ September 14-15, 2022

For many workers, COVID-19’s impact has depended greatly on one question: Can I work from home or am I tethered to my workplace? Quarantines, lockdowns, and self-imposed isolation have pushed tens of millions around the world to work from home, accelerating a workplace experiment that had struggled to gain traction before COVID-19 hit.

Now, well into the pandemic, the limitations and the benefits of remote work are clearer. Although many people are returning to the workplace as economies reopen—the majority could not work remotely at all—executives have indicated in surveys that hybrid models of remote work for some employees are here to stay. (BCG Report April 2021)The virus has broken through cultural and technological barriers that prevented remote work in the past, setting in motion a structural shift in where work takes place, at least for some people. The practice of working from home triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic looks set to continue beyond the health crisis. The concept of Work from Home post pandemic has been met with split views from employers and employees keeping in view both human resource management and application of information technology with fine tuning of financial management implication in organizations globally. 

Global workforce study shows, 89% of people expect their jobs to be partly remote after pandemic ends (BCG Press Release March 31,2021) . Preference to Occasionally Work from Home is nearly universal, According to a Survey of 209,000 people in 190 countries.(BCG and The Network 2021) Even manual workers will be looking for  flexibility. (BCG and Network 2021).

Three-quarters of the employees we surveyed in Germany, India, and the US who have transitioned to or remained remote during COVID-19 say that they are at least as productive in performing their individual tasks as they were before the pandemic struck.

Such anxiety is forcing many employers to either continue to allow employees to work remotely, or to implement a hybrid workplace model. (Hybrid Work Is the New Remote Work BCG April 2021 Report).

  • To encourage regional and international communication and collaboration among academics, corporate think tanks to present their experiences and thought in hybrid model of working from home.
  • To recognize outstanding contributions of individuals and organizations towards the discourse on Hybrid Models of Working from Home.
  • To promote scientific and educational activities towards the advancement of the theory and practice in the field of Human Resource Management.
  • To foster and conduct collaborative multidisciplinary research in methodologies and technologies of Human Resource Management and Finance.

Human Resource Perspectives , Financial Implications , Legal Dimensions and Social and Psychological Aspects.

We invite academicians, researchers, policy makers and practitioners to submit research papers linked to the tracks of the eConference.

Abstract Due: August 20

Full Paper Due
05 September

Early Bird Registration
August 15

Registration Closes
05 September

Standard template for the PPT for the oral presentation will be send upon completion of the registration and Each Presenter will be allocated 20 minutes for Presentation with Q&A.  

  • Abstract: Maximum 250-300 words with 4 Key Words.
  • Title of Paper should be in 12 Points and Bold in Times New Roman
  • Headings: 12 Points
  • Font: Times New Roman
  • Author Name and Affiliation should be in 10 Points and Bold
  • Text of the Manuscript: 11 Points
  • Page Margins should be as follows – Top Margin 1.2 inches, Bottom Margin 0.6-inch, Left Margin 0.8-inch, Right Margin 0.6 inch
  • References must be present. Papers without references will not be reviewed. Please use APA Referencing Style.
  • Length of full paper is limited to 10 Pages. There can be a Maximum of four Authors per paper.






14 September 2022




2 pm – 4 pm

14 September 2022




4 pm – 6 pm

15 September 2022




2 pm – 4 pm

15 September 2022



Social and Psychology

4 pm – 6 pm

Paper Presenter (Early Bird US$45 (RM 180) Normal US$60 (RM240). FREE Registration for Key Note Speaker and Attendees

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Puchong Jaya

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All the paper presenters, participants, key note speaker and strategic partners will be provided with Digital Certificate from The Centre of Advancement of Management at Binary University.

The Centre for Advancement of Management (CAM) at Binary University is organizing the International e Conference entitled Hybrid Models for Remote Work Practices in the Post Pandemic Era: Prospects & Challenge.

All the full papers submitted in this International e Conference will be published in a e Conference Proceedings from Binary University and with further scope to publish* these papers in Scopus and ERA indexed journals.

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Please note that the papers published will reflect co –authorship with Binary Academics with expertise in the relevant fields who will contribute to content enhancement of published papers.