Briefing Paper on Flexible Work Arrangements in Singapore


The workplace in Singapore has evolved and work arrangements have shifted away from the traditional on-site, fixed-time, and fixed-workload structure. Over the years, NTUC has championed flexibility at work as a means of improving welfare for employees as well as supporting individuals with caregiving responsibilities.


This Briefing Paper seeks to provide insights and case studies into how Flexible Work Arrangements (FWAs) can be implemented in a way that is a win-win for both companies and employees through three behaviourally informed recommendations.