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    Commentary: Arts and humanities can set you up for life in post-coronavirus world

    The arts and humanities should gain traction in the age of tech and coronavirus, say Linda Lim, Gunalan Nadarajan and Jessie Yang.
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    Commentary: COVID-19 outbreak has overworked some but left more with little to do

    During this coronavirus outbreak, industries must find ways to make better use of idle resources to fight the virus, says the Financial Times’ Tim ...
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    Commentary: COVID-19 - time for businesses and workers to have the guts to embrace the new normal

    Companies should focus on what it would take to build enduring business models and HR practices, while workers should be more open-minded about ...
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    Singapore Budget 2020: A report card

    Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat unveiled the 2020 Singapore Budget on Tuesday (Feb 18). How are businesses responding to the Stabilisation and ...
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    Commentary: Small changes, big differences for a left-behind security guard and a hospital cleaner

    Thoughtful employment practices can boost the social mobility of low-wage workers, says MWS’ Cindy Ng.
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    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.
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    Commentary: Better job matching? Employers should note these top 5 recruitment mistakes first

    Are we doing the best we can to attract, support and grow the talent, or are we as employers also being entitled and unrealistic with our ...
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    Commentary: Singapore and Singaporeans lose when universities chase after world rankings

    A focus on chasing after university rankings, and therefore prioritising research over teaching, has detrimental effects for Singapore students ...
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    Commentary: Workers everywhere face the same challenge - rapidly depreciating skills

    Professor Jan Thomas, vice-chancellor of Massey University in New Zealand, makes the case for lifelong learning, and shows how New Zealand and ...