YOUNG SINGAPORE EMPLOYEES LEAST ENGAGE IN THEIR WORK, WORST IN ASIA

Dear A.S.S. Editor

Based on a new study carried out by talent firm Aon Hewitt, Singapore employees are outed as having been the least engaged workers among major Asian markets. Least engaged in this study shows how workers relate to their company.

This shows that Singaporeans workers are the least motivated to give their best in their jobs, suggesting that workers here feel less meaningfully invested in their jobs, a trend seen most prominently among younger employees. This is definitely something worrying.

Most people already suspects that young people are always not happy with what their jobs entails, as most think that they can get something better somewhere else. This study seems to prove that. If you are less engaged with your job, this means that you are tend to be more lax in your work, which might lead to the company having a poor financial performance. What has happened to Singapore’s workforce? The young ones don’t feel invested in their own work anymore, most probably just going through the motions to ensure they get a paycheck at the end of the month? This is definitely not good for Singapore.

Sandra Toh

A.S.S. Contributor

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