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  1. Raffles Place office workers

    More companies offering flexible work arrangements: MOM report

  2. A man talking to his colleague.

    Commentary: Favouritism an office vice that will never disappear

    Leaders persist in offering preferment to people who are most like them, says the Financial Times' Andrew Hill.
  3. 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 ...
  4. 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.
  5. FILE PHOTO: Job seekers and recruiters gather at TechFair in Los Angeles

    Upbeat employment report underscores US economic strength

    U.S. employers hired the most workers in 10 months in December while boosting wages, which could help to allay a recent upsurge in fears about the ...
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    The Big Read: Breaking Singapore’s workaholic culture

    For Singapore workers to continue putting in the same long hours as their cohorts of yesteryear would mean less or even little time to care for ...
  7. Man office stressed tired overworked

    Commentary: Painful memories of being rostered for work during the holidays

    The office festive leave roster generates a huge amount of resentment and anger, says Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  8. A Nestle logo is pictured on a coffee factory in Orbe

    Nestle to cut about 380 jobs at four locations in Germany

  9. Sick day

    Commentary: Why do employers still insist on an MC for staff who call in sick?

    Employees should be given some flexibility to call in sick without providing a medical certificate, say two observers.