Santa Claus isn't the only guy working hard in December!
Each festive period in Singapore we busy ourselves with shopping, getting presents, meeting friends...preparing for the end of year celebrations for the office, friends and family. However a very hardworking group of people will be at work on weekends and the public holidays just to make it possible for us to shop late into the night, enjoy Christmas events, eat and drink and party till the early morning. I've interviewed a few of these amazing individuals working behind the scenes to make sure this season is enjoyable for the rest of us!
StarHub Community: Dale, what do you work as?
StarHub Community: What’s a typical day like for you during the holiday season?
Weekday day-times are spent mostly in the office working on the usual office necessaries, logistics planning, client servicing, and Weekday nights and all of the weekends are spent on-site at various events.
At High Notes, the team regards each other as family. One that takes care of each other, and this is what work should be all about, being a part of life and not merely a job that brings food to mouths. The strong friendships that are developed creates a feeling of coming home when they step into the office. For us, we're like brothers from different parents, brought together by the luck of destiny, and friendships that are earned and respected by the team members themselves.
StarHub Community: Exactly how big is this “family”?
I always remind my team to work for our loved ones, families and the reasons why we must focus on making this life-long and securing the stability of the business. This business exists for the betterment of everyone in the team. I am short of saying that everyone that joins High Notes would experience a very different work culture, as constant reminders of values and the purpose of work as a responsibility towards our families are inculcated into the minds of every team-member. We work for each other and mutual responsibility keeps us going.
StarHub Community: Rumour has it that the High Notes office also has other “staff” that boost morale?
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