Shift in attitudes on flexi-work and paternity leave needed: Josephine Teo

While flexible work arrangements started with the aim of supporting working parents, the option has since broadened to cover others, she said.
While flexible work arrangements started with the aim of supporting working parents, the option has since broadened to cover others, she said.PHOTO: ST FILE

About two-thirds of Singaporeans surveyed said being physically in the office matters to their bosses.

In fact, they felt that "face time" counted significantly in their performance appraisals.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 13, 2019, with the headline 'Shift in attitudes on flexi-work and paternity leave needed'. Print Edition | Subscribe