Opportunities to learn and interact outside of work lands Shalom Movers workplace award

Chief operating officer Gabriel Lam (left) and chief executive officer Gideon Lam of Shalom International Movers, one of 13 companies recognised for their exceptional workplace practices. ST PHOTO: BENJAMIN SEETOR
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SINGAPORE - Providing opportunities for employees to sharpen their abilities landed Shalom Movers its first award from consultancy group Great Place To Work Institute Singapore.

The company's workers "really had a thirst for learning", said Mr Gabriel Lam, its chief operating officer, adding that staff were constantly asking management about ways to improve with their SkillsFuture credit, a government initiative to encourage lifelong learning.

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