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EMPLOYMENT

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  1. Invest in care to boost workforce participation and growth

    Commentary: Who's looking after the children and elderly if more women work?

    Care work is rarely included in standard prescriptions for increasing women’s economic participation, University of Sydney's Elizabeth Hill, ...
  2. 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.
  3. Shut up and get lost - advice for outgoing chief executives

    Commentary: Shut up and get lost - advice for outgoing chief executives

    'The last thing your successor needs is the CEO’s ghost hanging around to act as the lightning rod for any disaffected opponents of change.'
  4. Jobseekers attend the 2018 Japan Job Fair in Seoul

    South Korea's latest big export: Jobless college graduates

    Cho Min-kyong boasts an engineering degree from one of South Korea's top universities, a school design award and a near-perfect score in her ...
  5. The Wider Image: Working, eating and sleeping at the office

    Commentary: The dark side of corporate perks, how some companies exert control over workers

    There’s a reason labour historians call these perks welfare capitalism, says University of Oregon Elizabeth C Tippett.
  6. File Photo Josephine Teo

    Consensus to raise retirement, re-employment age ‘a significant milestone’: Josephine Teo

    In her May Day Message released on Monday (Apr 29), the Manpower Minister said she is confident that the move will motivate both workers and ...
  7. Office workers at Raffles Place (1)

    Commentary: Career Mobility is the new Career Stability

    Long gone is the notion that the ideal CV has a narrow, vertical progression, says Forest Wolf’s Crystal Lim-Lange.
  8. central business district, Singapore, office workers

    Jobless rate for Singaporeans in Q1 grows slightly to 3.2%: MOM

  9. Japan scores poorly on passive smoking, according to the WHO

    Stubbed out: Japan university stops hiring smoking professors

    A Japanese university has stopped hiring professors and teachers who light up, officials said Tuesday, as the nation steps up an anti-smoking ...