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How to compete and win in the global war for talent

Companies should invest heavily in their employees, involve them in decision-making and give them due credit for their contributions
Tuesday, May 9, 2017 - 05:50

Victor Khaw says providing academic upgrades creates loyalty among employees while boosting their skills and qualifications.

Varian Loke says a company with room for growth and that offers flexibility and job diversity is more likely to attract good staff.

Rachel Lee says a company culture that fosters strong team relationships helps colleagues form friendships and stay cohesive.

THE Business Times recently posed four questions on the topic of talent retention and attraction - an always pressing issue for companies big and small, especially amid the ongoing manpower crunch - to three industry leaders in this virtual roundtable.

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