Work from anywhere, no-meeting Fridays: Bosses roll out initiatives to show staff appreciation

Allowing employees to work from anywhere in the world is one of the ways some companies are trying to keep troops on side. PHOTO: UNSPLASH
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SINGAPORE - Imagine sitting on a white sandy beach with a view of the clear turquoise sea in the Maldives as you attend a meeting over Zoom.

Swopping your creaky office chair for a shady spot on the beach might have sounded like an impossible dream a few years ago but it is a lot closer now with more companies here allowing employees to work from anywhere in the world.

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