By Yue Wang
As China’s businesses gradually resume their activities following the slowdown in reported coronavirus cases, Li Zhaojun is already working 16 hours a day. The chief executive of XinTaiRuan, a Shanghai-based provider of human resource management software, saw demand more than quadruple during the past few months. Strict quarantine rules that forced people to stay home is boosting demand for his cloud-based software that allows managers to remotely track working hours, pay salaries and file government tax reports. Li says he now wants to enlarge his team by 50% to 150 people to better handle with the extra workload.