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Having a trusting climate is key to staff retention

13 Jun 2019 09:00

The panellists yesterday comprised (from left) Great Place to Work?? Institute managing director Evelyn Kwek, who was moderator; aAdvantage Consulting director Jacqueline Gwee; Ms Lekha George, head of human resources for Asean and Korea at Cisco Systems; Mr Amos Lim, people and organisation development specialist at Emergenetics Caelan Sage and Ms Teo Sze Ling, vice-president for global enterprise banking, EMB business compliance, at OCBC. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN

By Aw Cheng Wei

A trusting office environment where workers can raise personal concerns without fear of being judged is key to helping them manage their jobs and their duties at home, a panel of experts said yesterday.

They noted that such a workplace can be created by having bosses who set clear targets, deliver good instructions and champion flexible work arrangements.

The panellists, speaking at an industry event, told attendees that the once-taboo subject of work-life harmony is increasingly a norm at workplaces.

Companies that are serious about retaining talent must build a culture that allows workers the flexibility to manage their own time and schedule as long as they can meet work targets, they added.

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Source: Straits Times

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