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  1. woman boss

    Commentary: Women managers face double standards at work

    Gendered differences in expectations make us see Queen Bees when they aren’t really there, say two experts.
  2. Australian migrants struggle with cultural assimilation and social isolation | Video
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    Australian migrants struggle with cultural assimilation and social isolation | Video

    Many newly-arrived migrants in Australia are struggling with cultural assimilation and social isolation. One study has found that 68 per cent of ...
  3. Asian office workers at a communal table

    Commentary: Complying with a 52-hour work week cap should not be this hard

    Three in five firms in South Korea have found it hard to meet the new legislation, which kicked in last year and aimed to tackle the country’s ...
  4. workers Singapore file

    Commentary: Why aren’t there more Singaporean CEOs?

    Companies regard Singaporean managers as competent, honest, and hardworking – but Singaporeans need to step up, says EDB’s Chng Kai Fong.
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    Commentary: In this tough job market, retraining alone is no silver bullet

    Headline economic figures for Singapore look gloomy. NeXT Career Consulting Group’s Paul Heng dishes out three tips on thriving in a tough job market.
  6. Students wait in line to enter the University of California, Berkeley's electrical engineering

    Commentary: Do not fear retrenchment. Four tips for working professionals in a downturn

    Being attractive to potential hirers will involve asking for help and refreshing your online profiles, among other steps you can take, says Adrian ...
  7. TADM recovers S$29m in owed wages | Video
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    TADM recovers S$29m in owed wages | Video

    Authorities recovered about S$29 million in owed salaries from April 2017 to the end of last year. This amount was owed to more than 10,000 ...
  8. Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat speaks at opening of new STMicroelectronics facility

    Future of global semiconductor industry remains bright: DPM Heng