Making the cut for best productivity and performance

HRM 10 Dec 2012

The Singapore government has been calling on employers to increase productivity for them to cope with slower growth and the country’s foreign worker restrictions.

The Best Performance & Productivity Practices category is one that closely follows the country’s pulse. Companies which are shortlisted have taken positive steps in that direction, with good performance management policies and practices, in addition to clearly-communicated KPIs and appraisals.

In 2012, the Ministry of Manpower won this prestigious award. This year, which organisation do you think will walk away with the prize?


  • CEVA Logistics
  • GroupM Asia Pacific
  • GuocoLand
  • Han’s (F&B)
  • Lenovo
  • Maersk Singapore
  • Philips Singapore
  • Sakae Holdings
  • Sennheiser Electronics Asia
  • YTL PowerSeraya

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