Corporate Culture

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One step ahead

While employees are counting down the niggling hours left at work, staff at Ministry of Design saunter from their office at 3:30pm every Friday to kickstart their weekends early. However, as HRM Asia finds out, the work ethic at the architectural firm is anything but relaxed.
Sham Majid - 30 Nov 2016
While employees are counting down the niggling hours left at work, staff at Ministry of Design saunter from their office at 3:30pm every Friday to kickstart their weekends early. However, as HRM Asia finds out, the work ethic at the architectural firm is anything but relaxed.
Content Approver - 28 Nov 2016
Many companies are failing their senior-level women, with roughly three-quarters of those surveyed generating lower levels of employee engagement among female senior managers than among their male counterparts, according to a new report by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
Kelvin Ong - 12 Oct 2016
Traditional work models are a thing of the past in Australia, where flexibility and work-life balance prevail. HRM Asia speaks to HR directors about how and why their organisations have broken away from the nine-to-six norm.
Fiona Lam - 05 Sep 2016
When it comes to romance in the workplace, Singapore companies are moving away from blanket bans and embracing more flexible approaches.