Duke-NUS Medical School was ranked among Singapore’s best employers of 2022, according to the latest survey conducted by Statista for The Straits Times. This is the second consecutive year that Duke-NUS has made the top 200 employers ranking, which is based on recommendations made by more than 17,000 participants about employers of choice and takes into consideration their ratings on a wide range of topics such as trust, image, gender equality, corporate social responsibility, culture and benefits.
“Our terrific achievements are directly related to our staff’s talents and wellbeing,” said Professor Thomas Coffman, Dean of Duke-NUS, in an interview published with the ranking. “So, we’ll always have a relentless focus on that, moving forward.”
Duke-NUS ranked 106th overall and sixth in the education category, the highest ranking achieved by a local university. Among the measures that have contributed to the School’s strong showing are its emphasis on mental and emotional wellbeing, enhanced learning and development pathways, overarching staff recognition framework and flexi-work policies.
Ms Karen Chang, Senior Vice-Dean and Group Director of the Office of Corporate Services, said: “Our people are our greatest asset, and we keep them engaged by developing clear strategies that include workforce priorities such as talent development, recognition, wellness and work environment.”