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    Great work life balance; maybe a little too much.

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    I worked at Star Publications full-time (more than a year)


    The company values career development, they will allow to go off all sort of trainings. They certainly practise work life balance. You really do to leave work on time it's what they practiced for the last 4 decades.


    Too much work life balance could be a bad thing. The company vision is there, the mission is there, the values is also there, but no action plan being executed. You know the saying, walking the talk? Well, they don't. They really don't enforce at all. There's this two halves that never seems to coincide one another; the print and the digital platform don't ever get to see eye to eye. The current CEO understands the importance of digital and print needs to be as one, but never drive it hard!

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    CEO, please get your HR in order; and think strategically, HR is the backbone to support the business. Identified talents within and / or hire some. People who left were or are talents. You failed time and time again to recognises all those late joiners are in fact top talents that has made millions of dollars which your top management has neglected.

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