Is it finally time for a 4-day work week in Singapore?

Ms Tio Chai San with her husband Mr Joshug Cheong Koi Kit and her son Jordan Cheong Zhe Hao on April 18, 2021.
Ms Tio Chai San with her husband Mr Joshug Cheong Koi Kit and her son Jordan Cheong Zhe Hao on April 18, 2021.ST PHOTO: YONG LI XUAN

SINGAPORE - After having a baby, Ms Tio Chai San, 31, wondered if she should look for a job to supplement her family's income. At the same time, she worried about not having enough time for her son, Jordan, who turns one today.

Thanks to a four-day work week at DP Dental, a new arrangement that started in January, the patient relations executive and treatment coordinator can do both.

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