Our editor, Cynthia is a mother of a two-year old child. What do you think are her primary work-life needs?
How do you think this correlates with our theme of ‘Supporting A Multi-Generational Workforce’?
A Little Something for Everyone
In the past two decades, the workplace is about conformity and unity. Today, CxOs recognise that it is no longer wise to ignore the multi-dimensional workforce. Employees are different in their professional training, cultural/ethnic/religious backgrounds, life-stages etc. As a result, they have different needs. Do you have the right programmes to keep everyone motivated?
As per always, through words of wisdom from our resident family life education expert, Mr Simon Sim, the former General Manager of TOUCH Community Services offers insights on how to support a multi-generational workforce.
Simon says: “We look out for the welfare and well-being of our employees, and the favour is returned – it’s a two-way street.”
The 2010 Family Life Ambasssador Interactive Retreat (FLAIR) saw a gathering of over 60 FLA ambassadors. The theme this year is Supporting a Multi-Generational Workforce. Aside from featuring insightful speeches and sharing from the experts, practical tips on running a successful year of Family Life Ambassador programme were also shared.