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Now back at work, Singaporeans want better mental health support, gender equality

From mental health support to equal parental leave, what do Singaporeans want from the workplace of the future?

Singapore could be the first to close the gender pay gap. Here’s how

SINGAPORE (April 6): According to Accenture’s research conducted in 2016, the average woman in Singapore draws US$100 ($140) in salary for every US$130 earned by a man, US$40 lower than the global average of US$140.