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  1. Singapore is one of the world's most Internet-savvy societies, offering broadband speeds envied

    Enhancements made to Employment Act will see more workers protected

    The new changes will cover an extra 430,000 workers in managerial and executive positions previously not covered under the Employment Act.
  2. 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 ...
  3. Women often struggle to find a foothold in South Korea's male-dominated corporate culture and a

    Jobs for the boys under fire in South Korea

    In her year-long quest for a job, South Korean college graduate Casey Lee has faced a barrage of personal and contradictory questions.
  4. man in suit generic

    Commentary: When did wanton self-promotion at work become normal?

    Puffery on social media has normalised bragging at work, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark
  5. Helpers say they cannot afford paid-for lessons and the class gives them a chance to learn a new

    Hong Kong domestic helpers jump in deep end

    Every Sunday in Hong Kong the city's army of domestic helpers packs into parks or onto pavements, bridges and walkways on their one mandatory day off.
  6. Women "are sick of sexism and discimination, sick of wage inequality," Switzerland's

    Commentary: The unequal, unnoticed life of a female worker

    Gender inequality manifests itself in quiet ways that aren’t often picked up, in unpaid care work and unequal pay for equal work, says AWARE’s ...
  7. Josephine Teo

    Implementing minimum wage may lead to lower employment: Josephine Teo

  8. Singapore crowd file

    Retrenchments down, pace of hiring picks up in Q3

  9. Man on a beach doing a handstand.

    Commentary: You can still retire at 40, even with a longer life expectancy

    And it doesn’t involve an onerous amount of savings, says one financial consultant.
  10. Elderly. File photo TODAY

    Commentary: The hidden dividends of a longer life

    Most worry about the burden of longer life, but an ageing population could boost worker productivity, says one organisation behaviour expert.