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Inclusive hiring is more of a boon than bane

Companies must think long-term when it comes to hiring inclusively.

Ms Chan (second from left) and her son, Lau Chun Seng (first row, second from right), at their Noodles for Good stall at Catholic High School. Mr Lau has an autism spectrum disorder and was trained by the master dim sum chef at PPHG's Si Chuan Dou Hua restaurant and ARC's job coach.


ADOPTING an inclusive hiring model can influence employees to be more compassionate, proactive and inclusive, which can translate into higher financial performance for companies, said Elijah Wee, a management professor from the Foster School of Business at the University of...

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