Published in the Straits Times, 31 Dec 2010 by Koh Kian Beng

More employers have adopted family friendly practices and offer employees arrangements such as part-time work or staggered working hours to help them deal with personal and family commitments.

A Ministry of Manpower study of 3410 employers revealed that 33.4% provide at least one form of family-friendly arrangement, up from 28.1% in 2008.  Of the arrangements, part time work of less than 35 hours per week was the most common, followed by staggered work hours (6.5%), flexi-time (6.3%), tele-working (2.8%) and job sharing (0.6%).

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