CAREER

CAREER

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    Local talent, global impact

    Armed with an international mindset and a can-do spirit, Singaporeans are making waves at work and putting Singapore on the map.
  2. Indeed Max Tan

    Passing on the code of coaching

    A passion for coding, ignited when he programmed his first game at the age of 12, now sees Mr Max Tan’s creations reach millions around the world.
  3. David Satish Lena

    Creating an inclusive culture in a diverse workforce

    A regional supplies head at HP Inc (Asia-Pacific and Japan), Mr David Tan values and promotes interaction and collaboration among his team members.
  4. GSK Hwee Yee 13

    Making a global impact by embracing diversity

    Overseeing seven international manufacturing plants at GSK, Ms Yong Hwee Yee is driving the pharmaceuticals industry to new heights, and improving ...
  5. Citi San San Main

    Maximising opportunities, and learning from the best, every day

    An open and inclusive culture has been key in helping Ms Chan San-San make her mark globally.
  6. colleagues, workers, employees, interns, on laptops working in an office, group project work

    Commentary: Having trouble finding that first job? Try an internship after graduation

    Graduates have got to up their game or dial back their expectations in this tough job market. Post-graduation internships can help with the job ...
  7. office workers raffles place singapore file photo 4

    Commentary: What you need to know about Career Mobility

    Advice for job seekers: Look at your career as a developing a three-part story, says Forest Wolf’s Crystal Lim-Lange.
  8. Is your hair ruining your career

    Is your hairstyle affecting your career? Here's what experts deem 'unprofessional'

    That dye job could be killing your chance of a promotion. While there is some flexibility with corporate dressing, it's all about recognising the ...
  9. 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 ...
  10. here are all the women? The myth of the pipeline problem in Asia’s tech sector

    Commentary: Where are all the women? The myth of the pipeline problem in Asia’s tech sector

    The gender disparity doesn’t arise solely from the low numbers of female STEM graduates, says Dell Inc’s Sophie Guerin.