Corporate Wellbeing Asia 2023
human resources online

[Photos] Leo Burnett Malaysia: Eliminating information silos attracts young talent

Leo Burnett Group Malaysia was recently recognised for its contribution in developing talent and coaching students to be market ready. It extends this engagement well into having a creative and vibrant workspace, to help attract and coexist with young talent.

Maureen Gomez, head of people and culture at Leo Burnett Malaysia, building such engagement between Millennials and the organisation helps the agency to coexist. "It leads to greater productivity as each new team member eases into their respective roles seamlessly. We hope that our creative and vibrant workspace, continues to excite and entice young talent."

As part of the advertising industry, it goes without saying that creativity is paramount. Guided by the firm's humankind philosophy of people, purpose, participation, populism, complimentary daily breakfast and leisure amenities are provided for employees to relax, engage, and work freely whilst meeting client demands.

lounge copy


When asked about the office that Millennials would want, the team at Leo Burnett Malaysia believes that the “playing around with colours and designs helps with creating a more vibrant and interesting albeit cool look and that continues to spark light bulb moments”.

In the same vein, Gomez affirms that for such creative workspaces, it is necessary to get rid of information silos. "Millennials want management styles and a corporate culture that is markedly different from others, one that meets their needs."

 Photo / Leo Burnett Group Malaysia

Follow us on Telegram and on Instagram @humanresourcesonline for all the latest HR and manpower news from around the region!

Free newsletter

Get the daily lowdown on Asia's top Human Resources stories.

We break down the big and messy topics of the day so you're updated on the most important developments in Asia's Human Resources development – for free.

subscribe now open in new window