We are excited to be together in-person in Singapore. Keeping our community safe while enjoying our time together will require a safety-first approach for all attendees, speakers, and staff. For further details, do refer here. Please reference the venue’s website and Singapore’s health and safety guidelines for more information. You acknowledge that due to the evolving nature of the pandemic, health protocols may continue to change and develop. By attending this event, you acknowledge and agree that you will comply with all such health protocols and your attendance at the event is conditioned on such compliance.
Mask-wearing is no longer required in indoor settings except for settings where essential services are carried out in enclosed and crowded areas, and which are frequently used by vulnerable persons. Mask-wearing remains optional in outdoor settings.
Some examples of indoor places where mask-wearing is required:
Great Place to Work will continue to monitor evolving public health guidance regarding large gathering settings and the local level of COVID-19 community transmission in Singapore and will advise attendees of any changes that may be made to our mask requirements.
By attending the event, you hereby release and covenant not to sue Great Place to Work ASEAN with respect to any and all claims that you may have, or hereafter accrue, against Great Place to Work that relate in any way to (i) your exposure to COVID-19; (ii) your entry into, or presence within or around, the event or compliance with any health protocols applicable to the event or its venues; or (iii) any interaction between you and any personnel of any of Great Place to Work present at the event, in each case whether caused by any action, inaction or negligence of Great Place to Work or otherwise..
Marina Bay Sands is a SG Clean certified and Bureau Veritas SafeGuard™ Hygiene Excellence and Safety Label accredited venue. The following protocols will be in place during the Summit. For more details specific to the event venue, do refer here.
All attendees, speakers, and staff should:
Great Place to Work recommends all attendees to comply with travel guidelines issued by the ICA when entering Singapore. For more details: https://www.ica.gov.sg/enter-transit-depart/entering-singapore. In addition, we expect all individuals to think carefully about any risk they may pose to others and to make informed choices about travel as well as onsite and external engagements.
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To be eligible for the World’s Best Workplaces list, a company must apply and be named to a minimum of 5 national Best Workplaces lists within our current 58 countries, have 5,000 employees or more worldwide, and at least 40% of the company’s workforce (or 5,000 employees) must be based outside of the home country. Extra points are given based on the number of countries where a company surveys employees with the Great Place to Work Trust Index©, and the percentage of a company’s workforce represented by all Great Place to Work surveys globally. Candidates for the 2017 Worlds Best Workplaces list will have appeared on national workplaces lists published in September 2016 through August 2017.
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The Best Workplaces in Asia List
Great Place to Work® identifies the top organizations that create great workplaces in the Asian and Middle Eastern regions with the publication of the annual Best Workplaces in Asia list. The list recognizes companies in three size categories:
To be considered for inclusion, companies must appear on one or more of our national lists in the region, which includes Greater China (covering China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau), India, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka and UAE. For the 2021 Asia List, companies ranked on the national list in the Philippines will also be included. Multinational organizations must meet the following requirements:
Multinationals also receive additional credit for their efforts to successfully create an excellent workplace culture in multiple countries in the region. The data used in the calculation of the regional list comes from national lists published in 2019 and early 2020.