4-day work week in F&B, Recharge Fridays in tech: How companies are redefining the future of work

Tenya Singapore’s staff members Ong Hui Min (left) and Nguyen Thi Xuan Tuyet use the extra day off to spend time with family, among other things. ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
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SINGAPORE - For these three firms, making their staff happier and engaged during the pandemic and beyond is serious business.

When Tenya Singapore used to advertise for staff on a five-day work week, it would often get zero applicants, says Mr Bhakt Yap, its administration manager.

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