In April and May, CCT organised several activities for tenants to promote community at the workplace, and to refresh their regular work days. On 5, 12 and 26 April, masseurs from the Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped set up lunchtime massage stations at Capital Tower, CapitaGreen, One George Street and Twenty Anson and offered head and shoulder massages to tenants. “Engaging the visually handicapped masseurs was a good way to support them, and it was an enjoyable treat for employees,” said Catherine Yong, GMO GlobalSign Pte Ltd, Twenty Anson. CCT tenants were also treated to lunchtime talks and sharing sessions, in partnership with other CCT tenants, around the themes of personal finances and travel.
One of CCT’s signature activities, Tenants’ Treats – where a lunchtime treat is distributed to tenants across all of CCT’s properties as a way to delight tenants and thank them for their support – took place 8–15 May. For the first distribution of 2018, CCT partnered with General Mills Singapore, a tenant at Capital Tower, to give out Häagen-Dazs Stickbars. “I have been working in other buildings, and this is my first time experiencing such treats for tenants. It was refreshing for us office workers to freshen up after long meetings in the morning,” said Denice Lim, Leader Energy Pte Ltd, Asia Square Tower 2.