Flexible work a key draw for talent

Group CEO, Kim Teo, shares that “having quantifiable measurables that tie in with the goals of the company can encourage employees to be more creative and take better ownership of their time and work. This puts more focus on achieving a particular result rather than clocking a number of working hours.”

Whilst the government is allowing 75% of the workforce to be back in office, BoardRoom will continue to implement remote working for all employees, where possible, we believe this is the future and don’t intend to default to historic ways of working.

Do other businesses share this view? Is this a draw for talent in today’s environment? Read the full articles; “Flexible work a key draw for talent” on The Business Times’ website.