How to Avoid Losing Trust in the Wake of Potential Layoffs

With recession fears and rising interest rates causing many companies to shed jobs, consider this three-step approach to avoid wrecking company culture and losing trust in the workplace. After one of the hottest job markets in generations, the economy might be cooling. Rampant inflation, which in turn has seen the Federal Reserve raise interest rates, has […]

The Way Forward: What Best Workplaces across ASEAN do to build a For All culture

Our fifth blog in this series on how Best WorkplacesTM in ASEAN build a high-trust workplace culture covers the topic of Innovation by All. In today’s environment marked by constant change, an organization’s ability to build a high-trust culture and maximize human potential across all levels of the organization is critical for employee innovation to enable it to stay ahead of its competition.

The 12 Most Popular Blogs on Company Culture for 2022: A Must-Read List

In a year that saw many workplaces transit from a work-from-home to a hybrid work arrangement, Great Place To Work® researched and wrote on relevant topics and workplace trends that surfaced last year. Many articles showed how Great Workplaces had a workplace culture comprising flexibility and work life balance that led to positive employee experiences. […]

How Best Workplaces across ASEAN build a culture of innovation By All

Our fifth blog in this series on how Best WorkplacesTM in ASEAN build a high-trust workplace culture covers the topic of Innovation by All. In today’s environment marked by constant change, an organization’s ability to build a high-trust culture and maximize human potential across all levels of the organization is critical for employee innovation to enable it to stay ahead of its competition.

From the MD: You’re Braver Than You Believe

It has been a whirlwind of a year. Three weeks ago, as I boarded the plane for the 11th time in twelve weeks, I held on to a naïve hope that as the plane took off, my mind would clear and the heart would settle since it’s finally vacation time. So much has happened for […]

How Best Workplaces across ASEAN maximize human potential

This is our fourth blog in this series on how Best WorkplacesTM in ASEAN build a high-trust workplace culture and covers the topic of Maximizing Human Potential. This is especially important for companies to operate amidst today’s global challenges and geopolitical environment, while building workplace resilience and enabling their workforce to thrive.

How Best Workplaces in ASEAN build a high-trust workplace culture

Share This Page To: With over 30 years’ of research, Great Place To Work® has found that companies with high-trust cultures reap the benefits of lower employee turnover, increased levels of innovation, customer satisfaction, employee engagement, and more.1 In the words of Michael C. Bush, Great Place To Work Global CEO, “We live in an […]

How can leaders navigate the new realities of hybrid work?

Is hybrid work really just work in another form? How do companies and organizations navigate this arrangement while balancing the needs of its workforce so as to bridge the gap between leaders and employees. In a recent video interview, Microsoft Asia’s President, Ahmed Mazhari spoke to Managing Director of Great Place To Work ® ASEAN and ANZ, Evelyn Kwek to discuss these questions in relation to the findings of Microsoft’s latest Work Trend Index Research. It suggests that a year into truly hybrid work, not everyone agrees on how it’s faring. The report is based on an external study of 20,000 people in 11 countries including five markets in the Asia-Pacific region (APAC). It also draws on analysis of trillions of Microsoft 365 productivity signals, LinkedIn labor trends and Glint People Science insights.

Quiet Quitting? Not if you have a High-Trust Workplace Culture

Quiet Quitting? Not if you have a High-Trust Workplace Culture

Based on research by Zenger Folkman in a Harvard Business Review article, “quiet quitting is usually less about an employee’s willingness to work harder and more creatively, and more about a manager’s ability to build a relationship with their employees where they are not counting the minutes until quitting time”.