People spend on average 45-60 hours per week at work. In Singapore, it was reported that millennials spend 48 hours per week at work on average and this number puts Singapore close to the top for longest work week in the world
But this does not necessarily translate to unhappy employees all the time. Some employees are happy to put in the long hours if they love their jobs.
So, what can organisations do to keep their employees happy? Well, strong interpersonal skills within an organisation is just one factor that will keep your employees with you for the long-term. This means developing trust, paving a path for career progression and bonding.
Here are some of the best organisations to work for in Singapore:
Jobstreet Reveals The Top 10 Companies
In the search for the Top Companies of the Year, companies were pegged on three underlying factors that employees tend to consider when searching for their next job – career development opportunities and basic salary, calibre of management and leadership team, work environment as well as company culture.
Without further ado, here are the top 10 companies – in ascending order:
As expected, American tech companies are a recurring theme in the list.
First, we have IBM at the 10th spot. This multinational tech company replaces Keppel Corporation from last year’s list to round off the top companies of 2017.
While they are a name that consumers don’t identify with anymore, businesses all over the world are still dependent on their portfolio of products – hardware, software, infrastructure, and cloud computing solutions.