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  1. Singapore office workers

    The Big Read: As headwinds grow, fresh grads adjust job expectations, embrace short-term contracts

    While companies that are growing are still keen to hire and groom young talent, the increasingly cautious outlook could dampen the rise of ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: Brochures are displayed for job seekers at the Construction Careers Now! hiring event i

    Commentary: More in the US have given up on finding a job

    Forget lower job growth, the number of people in the US who’ve stopped looking for work is much more worrisome, says economist Michael Klein.
  3. Jeremy Tong Mount Everest traffic jam

    Commentary: The journey up your career Everest is full of challenges. Here's how to conquer it

    Your journey up the career ladder requires more than just your work experience, says HR expert Adrian Tan.
  4. A man tired from working in the office. (Photo: Pixabay)

    Commentary: Do you manage upwards well? Do you say no to your boss?

    There are creative ways that managers can use to manage leadership priorities and demanding, new goals, says the Financial Times' Andrew Hill.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.'
  7. Man office stressed tired overworked

    Commentary: Always tired and worried about under-performing — when extreme meritocracy drives burn-out

    Organisations must treat employees as the soul of their company, rather than as resources to be expended at their disposal, says IMH’s Sara-Ann Lee.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. girl friends

    Commentary: The sadness felt when your work spouse leaves the company

    Making friends in adulthood takes a long time, says Financial Times' Isabel Berwick.