Singapore firms with India operations tackling business survival, employees' well-being

Most Singaporean staff based in India have returned home over the past year. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - A Singapore software solutions company that has the bulk of its key staff in India is beefing up recruitment to ensure it has enough manpower in case the South Asian country's surging infection rate hits its workforce.

Napier Healthcare employs around 500 Indian workers who are usually based in Hyderabad or Bangalore but have been working from home since last year. It has only one to two Singaporeans working there for short periods on occasion.

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