Managing more flexibility: a Singapore perspective

Written by Suanny Gouw MCMI Wednesday 20 April 2022
With the Singapore government supporting more flexible working, more employees will be making requests. Use these tips and resources to successfully make the switch
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Like other countries across the world, Singapore is slowly and cautiously relaxing Covid measures in the workplace, allowing more people to be physically present. Currently, up to 75% of employees who are able to work from home can be in a workplace at any one time, according to the Ministry of Manpower guidelines.

Now that remote working is becoming a norm and businesses have made improvements in their practices to enable remote collaboration, the workplace is no longer just in the office – it’s wherever you are. As more employees can now return to their place of work, some may want to choose where they work, and ever more companies are adopting a hybrid working model where employees have the flexibility to work remotely and in person.

We want more flex

Keep reading for seven tips to make flexible work a success within your team


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