Worklife Balance

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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.
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.
Sham Majid - 24 Mar 2016
The largest parenting website in Southeast Asia, theAsianparent, is staying true to its word by crafting child-friendly policies for its own staff. HRM reveals more.
Sham Majid - 12 Nov 2015
HRM investigates how some firms are seeing benefits reaped from facilitating secondments and sabbaticals for their staff.
HRM Asia - 13 Aug 2015
Tech savvy, upwardly mobile and highly discerning employees today have higher expectations of what their working day should look like. Here are three tips on how to attract and retain these savvy workers.
HRM Asia - 18 Oct 2013
What are your values about balancing work and home life? How do you integrate these into your corporate culture?

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