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. PHOTO: ST FILE
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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: Josephine Teo. Subscribe