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Toward a More Inclusive Workplace

By: Gerald Goh

Even as Singaporeans celebrate Racial Harmony Day this weekend, it’s worthwhile to take a step back and reflect on Singapore’s increasingly-diverse working environment.

Employees from other countries are joining the country’s workforce in ever-increasing numbers. With this growing ethnic diversity in the workplace, organisations should formulate and implement policies and practices (if they haven’t done so already) that foster an inclusive workplace, one that understands and appreciates the differences between employees while helping them maximise their potential.

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