Biography of the Author Adrian Tan

Adrian Tan

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  1. Sometimes, a promotion isn’t all that great

    Commentary: Sometimes, a promotion isn’t all that great

    Thinking of taking that promotion? Pursue passion, not money, says human resource consultant Adrian Tan.
  2. Jeremy Tong Mount Everest traffic jam

    Commentary: The journey up your career Everest is full of challenges. Here's how to conquer it

    Your journey up the career ladder requires more than just your work experience, says HR expert Adrian Tan.
  3. Singapore CBD crowd

    Commentary: Want your dream job? Here are the career milestones to hit at every age

    Mulling over whether to join a big multinational company or a start-up? Do you really have to pay your dues with long hours? HR expert Adrian Tan ...
  4. A Grab taxi drives on a street in Hanoi

    Commentary: Driving a Grab full-time right after graduation. Should you do it?

    Is taking a job that's irrelevant to your years of acquired qualifications worth it, even if it pays handsomely? Human resources expert Adrian Tan ...
  5. ghost ghosting next to a man sitting at a park bench

    Commentary: What to do when the HR recruiter ghosts you

    You would think that with email and instant messaging, your job application will get at least a response but ghosting is a common experience these ...
  6. boss employee meeting discussion

    Commentary: Giving feedback, the trickiest task that pains every manager

    But communicating feedback is a core function of leadership, says human resource expert Adrian Tan.
  7. A job seeker holds a "We're Hiring" card while talking to a representative from Targ

    Commentary: Rockstar internships are for rockstar interns

    Many lament poor internship experiences but interns need to shape their own experiences to get the most out of these, says one observer.
  8. Work stress

    Commentary: Not the end of the world, when you get a ‘lousy internship’ with mindless tasks

    Tales of bad internship experiences abound, but that’s no reason to give up on your transition into the working world, says one observer.