According to a report by ING* the industrial production in Singapore grew by 7.3% in 2020. The year-on-year growth in December 2020 itself was 14.3% and the trend is expected to continue upwards for some time.
According to EdgeProp, Singapore’s industrial real estate market has just observed its highest occupancy rate since its previous peak in 1Q2016, as reported by JTC Corporation’s recent industrial information for 4Q2020.
As seen on Channel News Asia, Work-from-home (WFH) is now the current reality brought upon by the continued presence of the recent pandemic.
According to The Business Times, with the prolonged presence of the recent global pandemic, Singapore's office leasing market has been subjected to change in order to meet the demands of its evolving audience.
As reported on Channel News Asia, after a year since the wide adoption of the work-from-home (WFH) arrangement by companies large and small, employees have now become accustomed to remote work and are fully embracing it.
Fresh graduates or individuals looking for a mid-career switch on a job search will always look forward to a well-paid salary, healthy and conducive working environment, and a centralised and convenient location.
The standards for an ideal working environment has had their own share of changes over the recent years - in the past, it used to be technological advancements or lack thereof that determined the working conditions of a certain office.
Work life has drastically changed over the recent years. Employees are looking forward to better work experiences, and this plays a significant role in their overall job satisfaction.
With the inevitable turnover of staff and influx of new millennial professionals, one of the things that your business needs to do to succeed is adapt to these new employees.
It’s not an understatement to say that every business wants to achieve greater efficiency when it comes to its warehouse operations.