Here’s what our colleagues say about their Life@ROHEI
As we purpose to honour people and results at ROHEI, here’s our response.
Purpose to be competent and vigilant in learning, we seek to lead with joy by being honest and authentic.
Mercy and justice form a good leader, and sound leadership is founded on love for the people.
Trust is key to upholding our culture. This requires everyday commitment to help our people excel in what they are called to do.
When a staff is competent and energised by what they do, for a people group they are called to serve, no one can compete with them. This is where one can find most freedom to excel.
Being safe means being emotionally healthy. One who is very slow to anger, quick to listen, and even quicker to receive feedback.
This means the ability to recognise reality, thus responding in a way that causes the other to feel seen, heard, and understood.
Most companies are born out of a desire to be profitable and productive. ROHEI was sparked into existence by a collective desire among friends to do life together.
GREAT PLACE TO WORK
Great Place to Work® Institute's best workplaces initiatives research and recognise leading organisations in more than 45 countries worldwide and form the world’s largest and most respected study of workplace excellence and people management practices. Great Place to Work® measures the trust index of a workplace, identified by employees’ relationship with their job, with their manager, and with their co-workers. As a practitioner, we live out the Culture of Trust. Recognised as a Great Place to Work® for 4 consecutive years, our latest Trust Index score reflects a level of trust in the 90s range— significantly higher than the Great Place to Work® average of 80s.
TOP EMPLOYER BRAND
Top Employer awards recognise companies with exemplary Employee Engagement, Company Culture, and HR Practices. The awards are presented by InfluentialBrands®, a consumer insights and research organisation that seeks to provide knowledge, raise awareness of desirable brands, and celebrate the unique aspects of Asian-based businesses and brands.
TRIPARTITE ALLIANCE AWARD
The Tripartite Alliance Award recognises exemplary organisations that have effectively implemented fair, responsible, and progressive employment practices. The Work-Life Excellence category recognises excellence in work-life strategies that effectively maximise employee performance while helping them manage their work-life harmony, and optimise business performance.
The TCCD team's role is to manage and execute the design, development, and delivery of people development interventions. We journey with our clients in understanding their learning needs, co-creating solutions, and delivering experiential interventions that considers both business results and the people agenda. With our different specialisations - Training, Curriculum Development, and Coaching - we leverage on each other's strengths so we can serve as trusted and authentic learning partners.
Our Operations Department is run by 2 teams collaborating to complete every project and deliver our service beyond expectations.
The Guest Experience Team embodies the trait of hospitality. They ensure that our learning spaces are clean and well-maintained. They welcome guests and participants with a warm smile and perfect greetings. Lastly, they anticipate the needs of the participants and trainers during training. By coordinating with different departments, they are able to get logistic details, room setup requirements and do event or program hosting.
The Training Administration Team performs learning administration-related activities to support programmes. They foster relationships with various stakeholders to ensure compliance and adherence to quality policies and systems. They aim to deliver consistent quality service through a sustainable approach, and identify opportunities for improvement.
The Project Management Team leads and manages the execution of every project, ensuring delivery within scope, budget, and timeline. The team facilitates clear communication among the project team members, who work closely with our clients and the ROHEI team to ensure the objectives of the programs are fulfilled.
Business Development looks into the creation of long term value and relationships by bringing together the needs of our clients, ROHEI's offerings, and business sustainability. Through a consultative selling approach, we explore and journey with our clients to help uncover their needs from a holistic perspective. From there, we seek the best solutions that would help them enhance their human capital and ultimately their business.
The Corporate Planning and Finance Team exists to maintain financial sustainability and promote preparedness. On top of managing accounting duties from invoicing to payables, the team coordinates with different department HODs to execute budgets and forecasts. They also support the management team by driving yearly planning exercises and providing analysis of financial and organisational data for strategic decision making.
The Human Resource department is a partner of the leadership team in implementing projects in the area of people development and management. They handle staff’s welfare and development, making sure that culture is preserved and people flourish in their lane.
Technology serves to enhance operational efficiency and to provide innovative ways to enhance our learners' experience. Our Technology department reviews and explores new applications, systems, and tools to provide the best solutions to our staff and learners.
Meet some of our people and learn more about what working in ROHEI is like.
Feedback is a Gift! Angel, Royston and Fran from the Guest Experience Team share some great tips that will make you want to share feedback with your colleagues.
Ann shares her story and the top 3 things she learned in her personal change journey to find a lane she loves.
A conversation between 3 generations - Rachel speaks with our trainer Sherman and our intern Celine on their thoughts on what brings out the best in each generation.
Rachel provides a perspective of how a shy person can lead by knowing their purpose, focus on the compelling mission they have and learning to use their strengths more.
Jonathan shares his thoughts on Being Valued, Vision and Culture and how it plays a part in his experience of work in ROHEI.