At the GRI Expert Series in January 2022, Thomas cautions “There is not enough conscious recognition just yet for companies to include sustainability policies in business practices.”
Genastim CEO and Founder, Thomas Ng reveals how the company’s unique business model grew amid the global pandemic, which further proves that businesses can operate entirely online, with a workforce that works remotely to support clients all over the world in a seamless manner.
Forbes commends Genashtim for its role in providing PWDs and refugees employment opportunities in tech.
The French Chamber of Commerce Magazine in Singapore features Genashtim on ‘Working from Home Opens New Doors for Social Impact’. Genashtim’s Founder and CEO Thomas Ng is also a representative of B Corp in Asia, the organization behind the must-have sustainable certification of ‘for-profit businesses that integrates their social and environmental outcomes into their legal structure’.
The Strait Times features Genashtim’s inclusive employment, which covers PWDs and refugees. Company founder and CEO, Thomas Ng shares that hiring people from these disadvantaged groups gives them a chance to regain their dignity through sustainable livelihood.
Thomas Ng shares Genashtim’s social impact business model, dubbed as the ‘indifferent work methods design’ in this MANAGER Today article. The feature also highlights that Genashtim’s business operations do not contribute to the human carbon footprint.
In an Up Magazine feature, Thomas Ng shares his expertise as an eLearning proponent with the Institute for Adult Learning in Singapore. He stresses the need for companies to adapt to external changes and to recognize the relevance and impact that eLearning brings to businesses.
Mr. Tan Chuan-Jin, Minister for Manpower talks about Genashtim at the Adult Learning Symposium 2014 titled “Transforming CET: Innovation in Workplace Practice and Learning.