Establishing your own scorecard

Many women bear the bulk of the household responsibilities, even though they may have their own careers outside the home, and this has increased during the pandemic. Photo: Pixabay

For career woman Chong Aik Kean, it’s important for women to set their own scorecard in life, and even more so when they have to balance a career as well as family responsibilities as a mother.

Chong, who is in her 50s, is the general manager for system integration and manufacturing services in assembly test manufacturing at Intel Corporation. She is in charge of one of the company’s four advanced assembly test manufacturing factories in Malaysia.

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