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  1. couple man and woman socialising flirting at a cafe

    Commentary: Office romances. How appropriate are they?

    What constitutes acceptable offfice behaviour has become more muddled, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  2. FILE PHOTO: A vending machine for sweets is photographed at an office building in Frankfurt

    Workplace food a source of unhealthy calories

    Food eaten in U.S. workplaces - whether purchased in cafeterias, or available to employees for free - are usually unhealthy, researchers say.
  3. Robot waiter

    Commentary: Countries are not responding well to automation

    Time for developing countries to begin seriously considering how technology will impact labour trends, say two observer.
  4. headphones on work desk

    Commentary: Forget open-plan workspaces, it's time to bring back the office cubicle

    Office workers are looking for privacy in open-plan offices and are demanding for separate spaces, Financial Times' Elaine Moore points out.
  5. Freelance performer Michelle Ler, 23, who has a part-time job as a dance instructor.

    The Big Read: For artistic millennials, making a living out of the arts is a craft in itself

    The arts scene in Singapore is evolving but have mindsets shifted sufficiently for young Singaporeans to be able to make a sustainable living out ...
  6. how to know if freelance work is right for you Singapore CNA Lifestyle couch

    Commentary: The freelance life is passion made possible but not for all

    Becoming a gig worker is all the rage right now but the secret to succeeding as one is by loving, not hating what you do, says a full-time freelancer.
  7. Workers sort arriving products at an Amazon Fulfilment Center in Tracy

    Commentary: Superstar companies can afford to give their workers a raise

    Economic data shows unemployment rates in the US have hit a half-century low yet wages have been very slow to react, says one observer
  8. Workers assemble shoes on a production line at the Huajian shoe factory in Dongguan, in south

    Commentary: Unfortunately, artificial intelligence can do that job better

    The rise of artificial intelligence is disrupting traditional pathways to economic development for the developing world, says one observer.
  9. Singapore crowd file

    Commentary: Job seekers, do not settle for second choice 

    Job seekers have a good shot at their dream jobs if they are proactive in taking charge and navigating delays in the recruitment process, says one ...
  10. woman hiding

    Commentary: Many high-achieving women feel like phonies

    Feeling like a fraud is extraordinarily common, especially among high-achieving women who often retrospectively report feeling anxious, says one ...