About Work-Life Practices (WLP)

Increasing Workplace Productivity with Work Life Practices

Delivering positive business results by integrating Work-Life practices

Addressing Unique Needs of Today’s Workforce through Work-Life Practices

WLPs are shaping the future of work and aligning with the evolving needs of the workforce. As work-life balance becomes increasingly crucial for employees, companies can use WLPs as a valuable tool for attracting and retaining top talent in a competitive market.

A survey by TalentCorp Malaysia Berhad found that the majority of employers in Malaysia recognize the importance of WLPs for meeting future workforce demands.

This bodes well for the future of work, as the global workforce is expected to consist of diverse generations with varying values, habits and perspectives in 2020.

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Meeting Today’s Workforce

To better cater to the diverse needs of today's workforce, more companies are shifting away from a generic approach to work-life practices (WLPs) and providing tailored benefits and incentives that meet the needs of all employees.

These WLPs typically include flexible work arrangements (FWAs), work-life benefits, and family-friendly facilities.

Types of WLPs

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Flexible work Arrangements aim to provide greater flexibility in the workplace, schedulding of hours worked, number of hours worked and flexibility of job roles. Employess benefit from being given the freedom to determine how they fulfil the obligations of their positions.
Compressed Work Week
Employees’ Choice of Days Off
Flexi Hour
Job Sharing
Leaving Early from Work
Modified Role
Phased Retirement
Reduced Work
Seasonal Work
Shift Swapping
Staggered Hours
Telecommuting/ Work-From-Home
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Work-life benefits are company-sponsored incentives to support employees in achieving better work-life integration. These non-traditional benefits are increasingly offered to employees as part of their total remuneration package.
Childcare Subsidy
Extended Maternity Leave
Family Care Leave
Paternity Leave
Study Leave
Support Network
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Family-friendly facilities are company-sponsored facilities in the workplace in the workplace that are family-centric.
Carpark for Pregnant Women
Childcare Centre at the Workplace
Nursing/Mother’s Room

Implementing/ Consultation Flexible Work Arrangements (FWA)

Example of WLP Implementation in the workplace
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Flexible work arrangements such as remote work, flexible hours, and job sharing.
Work-life benefits, such as paid time off, paid parental leave, and on-site child care.
Health and wellness initiatives, including gym memberships, health insurance, and wellness programs.
Employee development and training opportunities, such as professional development workshops and training programs.
Family-friendly facilities, such as on-site parenting rooms, lactation rooms, and play areas.
Employee engagement programs, such as team-building events, social activities, and volunteer opportunities.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, including diversity and inclusion training and support for underrepresented groups.

The LIFE AT WORK Awards is an initiative by TalentCorp to celebrate and recognise employers with progressive workplace strategies that demonstrate their commitment to the DEI agenda.

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