Article - Khoo Ee Wan, Zoey Lew
For diversity to yield benefits, inclusive practices need to be intentionally established at every level of an organisation.
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Article - Helen Bound
Instead of topping up on-job skills with training, the focus should be on understanding, framing and improving the relations between people, assets and structures in an organisation.
Opinion - Phua Chee Teck
Across industries, jobs and workplaces are changing to adapt to a new normal of disrupted paradigms and ever-changing needs. Workplace Learning (WpL) helps employees and employers establish a common purpose and acquire relevant skills, in order to stay competitive and employable.
Editorial - Alvin Pang
In this digital edition of ETHOS, we are reminded that in the age of machine learning, the vital work of government is still carried out not by automatons but by people—who deserve the support and nurturing necessary for them to give their best efforts. Featuring: Amos Law, Soh Zhi Liang, Khoo Ee Wan, Zoey Lew, Sueann Soon, Wu Wei Neng, and Kenneth Sim.
Opinion - Sueann Soon
A seasoned manager offers five tips for balancing the needs of the team and individual members in times of personal difficulty.
Opinion - Amos Law
The hybrid future of work means more thought and intention must be invested in keeping staff connected and engaged, right from the start.
Article - Koh Chiu Yee
Evidence suggests that helping parents to combine work and family life is key to raising fertility, but social and workplace norms may mitigate even the best intentioned policies.