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Thanks to Uber, the Weinstein Company, and the much-criticised toxicity of Silicon Valley and Hollywood, “workplace culture” has been the business buzzword (er, phrase) of the year.
But for Singapore’s best places to work in 2017 – as declared by the Great Place to Work Institute Singapore – workplace culture isn’t just something to worry about when it becomes the subject of countless think-pieces in the media. Rather, it forms a key aspect of a company’s mission and business goals.
“The best workplaces don’t leave culture up to chance,” said Evelyn Kwek, managing director of the Great Place to Work Institute Singapore.
At Intuit Singapore, which was the top winner in the Small Organisations category, building up a healthy and positive office culture is an evolving process that starts right up at recruitment.