#218 - Study discovers what makes Singaporeans happy & NOC claps back at allegations of toxic work environment
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A study by a social enterprise, Happiness Initiative, uncovered that several socio-demographic factors such as household income and sexual orientation had a disproportionately large impact on Singapore residents’ happiness. Also, YouTube channel Night Owl Cinematics, after facing a tsunami of online criticism for the way its co-founder, Sylvia Chan, verbally abused her employees, is now doubling down in its latest PR statement and denying the allegations. Is that a good or bad PR move?
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Study discovers what makes Singaporeans happy
- ‘Purpose, perseverance, support, money and sexual orientation’: Study maps out what makes a person in Singapore happy
- Happiness Initiative
NOC claps back at allegations of toxic work environment
- Sgcickenrice IG account that detailed the screenshots and allegations
- NOC's Sylvia Allegedly Used Vulgarities On Staff, Group Chat Screenshots Leaked In TikTok Exposé | GirlStyle Singapore
- 'We need this job': People claiming to be Night Owl Cinematics staff speak up against public fallout | Mothership.SG
- Colgate and MILO distance from NOC co-founder Sylvia Chan post bullying claims | Marketing Interactive
- Night Owl Cinematics hits back at allegations of toxic work culture | AsiaOne
- Production firm Night Owl Cinematics calls employee abuse allegations a ‘massive’ smear campaign | todayonline
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