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Work-Life Balance and WorkPlace Culture.

Balanced employees tend to experience less stress hence become more motivated, and attain a greater sense of wellbeing. Encouraging work-life balance and work-life integration in the workplace not only has immediate benefits for the business but also long-term rewards with the increased productivity and talent retention.

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Work-Life Balance and WorkPlace Culture

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Employee turnover is a strong indicator of company culture.

The organization’s environment/culture is so powerful that it can make or break the positive job experience which results in either long-term employment or back to the job market.

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When does an employee contribute to the organization's vision?

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The way people feel about the work they do and the values they believe in plays a crucial role in forming the workplace culture of any company.

It also affects the perspective of one looking at things and collaborating towards the one common goal.

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Can A Career Break Benefit Your Resume?

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It used to be that having a gap on your resume was considered taboo.

These days, it is becoming more acceptable for professionals to take a career break to pursue their passions, care for others, volunteer, travel, or consider a career transition.

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Work Life Balance

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Singapore has been ranked the most overworked city in the world for consecutive years!

Based on an international study by Kisi. Singapore also ranked 9th place from the bottom in 2020 for work-life balance among 50 other cities.

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