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Top Companies To Work For In Singapore

The most sought after places of work are known to exhibit traits for fostering excellence and productivity, in addition to bumper pay perks that people yearn for. The best workplaces in Singapore don’t leave culture to chance in a bid to make employees feel at home, as they go about their daily chores

Companies with the best workplaces in Singapore achieve their goals in ethical and honest ways while going overboard to improve the planet and humanity. Cases of bullying sexual harassment and intimidation are unheard off in these workplaces, seen as one of the reasons why most people cherish to be part of their network.

Such companies also operate in a way that staffers always look forward to coming back to work on feeling appreciated in addition to being rewarded for their services. Most companies are increasingly trying to build great workplace in a bid to get employees to give 200% in whatever they do.

Studies have shown that the rising millennial generation is not the type to be sitting in offices and doing normal routines. Being part of a broader network focused on driving change is the goal of most people joining the workforce in Singapore.

Trust is another issue that the new generation of workers cherish the most in places of work. It is no secret that employees want to be certain and assured that they can trust the people they are working with

“We realized trust was very important – they want to be trusted and respected. The hotel industry is very competitive, so it is very important to us to keep our people – to create the environment where our people are happy, and we become a first choice employer,” said Patrick Fiat, General Manager of Royal Manager on Scotts.

While most companies tout their places of work during the interview process, most of them fall short to the surprise of new employees who expected better. Dissension, poor communications and general dysfunction are some of the issues that employees have had to contend with in workplaces.

Singapore is a small nation with a population of barely 5.6 million but many of its companies have a global footprint and are dominant in their respective fields. The Lion City’s success is built upon the bedrock of supportive government policies, a highly educated and skilled workforce, as well as world-class infrastructure. This has enabled Singapore to become home to firms that are world leaders in sectors as diverse as banking, telecommunications, and even food processing. Here, then, is a brief description of the country’s 10 leading companies based on total revenue, net profit, total assets and market capitalization. 1. Singtel SingTel is an international telecommunications company with over 600 million mobile customers around the world. The SingTel Group has offices spread across Asia Pacific, Europe, and the US and employs 23,000 staff. To fuel its expansion, SingTel has invested in several telecom companies including Bharti Airtel, which has operations…

Learning how to play a musical instrument or how to sing is more than just a hobby, and can actually prove beneficial in many ways, such as building cognitive abilities and encouraging creativity, particularly in younger learners. With that being said, Singapore has many music schools that are well equipped to teach and guide anyone who wishes to improve their musicality – no matter their age. Check out these Singapore’s Top 10 Music Schools. 1) Juzmusic Juzmusic offers several different programs, and these are: Instrumental Lessons, Early Childhood Programmes, Pop Music Programme and Programs for Institutions. The teachings of Dr. Shin’ichi Suzuki are held to a high regard here. Besides this, they are also accredited by ABRSM (Associated Board of Royal School of Music). You can also purchase instruments from them. They currently have three branches. juzmusic.com | FB: Juzmusic

Singapore’s 10 most haunted places Tired of haunted houses, where tired low-wage actors make perfunctory attempts to scare you without physical contact as to avoid a lawsuit? Well, here’s some good news, Singapore is home to the real deal. After all, why shouldn’t some of our tiny island play host to visitors from the afterlife? If only they’d learn how to communicate, instead of just floating around crying, or possessing people at random. Here are Singapore’s top 10 haunted places. 10. Sentosa What’s so scary about our little island outcrop of extremely overpriced real estate and sad dolphins? Well before it was rebranded as the allegedly party-friendly name of Sentosa (peace and tranquility), it was known more commonly as Pulau Belakang Mati, translated roughly as “The Island of Death from Behind”… or “The Back Island of Death”. We think you’ll have to agree that no matter how you jumble the…

Singapore’s 10 most haunted places Tired of haunted houses, where tired low-wage actors make perfunctory attempts to scare you without physical contact as to avoid a lawsuit? Well, here’s some good news, Singapore is home to the real deal. After all, why shouldn’t some of our tiny island play host to visitors from the afterlife? If only they’d learn how to communicate, instead of just floating around crying, or possessing people at random. Here are Singapore’s top 10 haunted places. 10. Sentosa What’s so scary about our little island outcrop of extremely overpriced real estate and sad dolphins? Well before it was rebranded as the allegedly party-friendly name of Sentosa (peace and tranquility), it was known more commonly as Pulau Belakang Mati, translated roughly as “The Island of Death from Behind”… or “The Back Island of Death”. We think you’ll have to agree that no matter how you jumble the…

Singapore’s 10 most haunted places Tired of haunted houses, where tired low-wage actors make perfunctory attempts to scare you without physical contact as to avoid a lawsuit? Well, here’s some good news, Singapore is home to the real deal. After all, why shouldn’t some of our tiny island play host to visitors from the afterlife? If only they’d learn how to communicate, instead of just floating around crying, or possessing people at random. Here are Singapore’s top 10 haunted places. 10. Sentosa What’s so scary about our little island outcrop of extremely overpriced real estate and sad dolphins? Well before it was rebranded as the allegedly party-friendly name of Sentosa (peace and tranquility), it was known more commonly as Pulau Belakang Mati, translated roughly as “The Island of Death from Behind”… or “The Back Island of Death”. We think you’ll have to agree that no matter how you jumble the…

Movies have always been a great source of entertainment in Signapore. Although movies were made in Singapore from the 1950s, they were mostly or Chinese or Malay origin. The new and powerful phase of Singapore film industry began in 1991 with the movie ‘Medium Rare’. This young industry already has great movies in its kitty. Listed below is the list of Top 10 all time hit Movies of Singapore. 1.12 Storeys (1997): Starring Jack Neo and Kho Boon Pin, 12 Storeys was the first Singaporean movie to be screened at Cannes. An Eric Khoo feature film, its gripping storyline about 3 stories intertwined was seen as a breakthrough in the Singapore film industry. 2.Money No Enough (1998): Starring a team of television actors, Money No Enough saw Jack Neo creating magic as a writer this time. This light hearted comedy was a phenomenal success. The plot of the story and…

Movies have always been a great source of entertainment in Signapore. Although movies were made in Singapore from the 1950s, they were mostly or Chinese or Malay origin. The new and powerful phase of Singapore film industry began in 1991 with the movie ‘Medium Rare’. This young industry already has great movies in its kitty. Listed below is the list of Top 10 all time hit Movies of Singapore. 1.12 Storeys (1997): Starring Jack Neo and Kho Boon Pin, 12 Storeys was the first Singaporean movie to be screened at Cannes. An Eric Khoo feature film, its gripping storyline about 3 stories intertwined was seen as a breakthrough in the Singapore film industry. 2.Money No Enough (1998): Starring a team of television actors, Money No Enough saw Jack Neo creating magic as a writer this time. This light hearted comedy was a phenomenal success. The plot of the story and…

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