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Keppel Land, Michael Page discuss trends in workplace solutions post pandemic

The Saigon Times

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HCMC – Singapore-based property manager Keppel Land and leading global recruitment corporation Michael Page jointly held an event on office design strategies in the post pandemic situation on April 26.

The event was attended by over 120 participants. It discussed key trends in human resource management and the outlook of workplace demand, including a shift from individual to collaborative spaces​ and a need for sustainable office buildings.

A panel discussion was also organized to shed light on practices that could enhance workplace attractiveness and capture potential employment capabilities.

The panelist included Richard Tay, general director of Saigon Centre; Nicolò Zanelli, director of Michael Page Vietnam; Simon Raper, head of Workplace Consulting, APAC Cross-Border Tenant Advisory of Savills Singapore; and Tran Thu Hang, chief Human Resources officer of Sun Life Vietnam.

Employees seek remote work options and flexible schedules, and companies offering these benefits are more likely to attract and retain top talent, according to experts.

As planned, an additional 102,000 square meters of favorable spaces for office, retail and hotel sectors would be added at Saigon Centre, a Grade A mixed-used building project by Keppel Land, according to Tay.

The tower has introduced WhatPod, an on-demand private workspace facility with diverse functions designed to meet the rising need of urban workforce.

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