Drag this icon into taskbar to pin this page.
Drag this icon into taskbar to pin this page.
Close
Close
Close
Close
WORKLIFE - TIPS
  • Tuning In To Your Employees' EmotionsTuning In To Your Employees' Emotions

    By Deanna BonaparteIn the past, managers were traditionally expected to take a stern no-nonsense approach to any employee who happened to have an emotional reaction in the office. After all, they could not afford to condone behaviour that might poten...

  • Can Workplace Surveillance be Productive?Can Workplace Surveillance be Productive?

    By Koh WanziWe've looked at the possible negative repercussions of workplace surveillance before. However, there might just be an upside to monitoring worker activity - being able to objectively quantify productivity can help companies tweak their pr...

  • Lessons from a Professional GamerLessons from a Professional Gamer

    By Koh WanziMany people think of gaming as a fun and light-hearted matter, but a considerable amount of strategy, teamwork, and grit is required at the high levels of competitive gaming.Ninjas in Pyjamas (NiP) is currently recognised as the number on...

  • Expectations vs. Reality - Being a Game Developer in Singapore Expectations vs. Reality - Being a Game Developer in Singapore

    By Desiree Yang Say you grew up with video games - be it gunning for the enemy or building a virtual city - and your love for these games led you to toy with the idea of becoming a game developer. Now that you're an adult, you still harbour ambitions...

  • Why Workplace Jargon is BadWhy Workplace Jargon is Bad

    By Koh WanziMany of you probably remember your first job - the moment you officially joined the workforce and got sucked into the vortex of office culture and its attendant meaningless phrases and buzzwords. With phrases such as "touch base", "360-de...

  • Convincing Employees to Grow with the CompanyConvincing Employees to Grow with the Company

    By Koh WanziMany young professionals on the job market today view a job change as a move on to greener pastures, and more often than not, a new job does indeed net them higher salaries. They argue that switching jobs allows them to climb the corporat...

  • 5 Top Gripes of Job Interviewers5 Top Gripes of Job Interviewers

    By Koh WanziJob interviews supply ample fodder for a bad case of nerves for many jobseekers. As they sweat it out in stiff-necked collars or too narrow heels, it is no surprise that many jobseekers struggle to make a stellar first impression on their...

  • How to Write an Effective Job AdvertisementHow to Write an Effective Job Advertisement

    By Koh WanziIn a world where the employed outnumber the employers, few people concern themselves with how to craft effective job advertisements that will attract the right calibre and type of employee. However, writing an effective job advertisement ...

  • How to Fit into a New WorkplaceHow to Fit into a New Workplace

    By Deanna BonaparteThe first few days in a new workplace are the most daunting, and the thoughts that scurry across your mind probably won't veer very far from "How do I fit in?" or "Will my new colleagues like me?" It is not uncommon to be faced wit...

  • What Your Office Desk Says About YouWhat Your Office Desk Says About You

    By Koh WanziShort of life-sized effigies erected in your honour, your desk is as close as it comes to a metaphorical representation of your own hallowed self. Your desk is your own personal space in the office - where you can attempt to preserve a sl...

  • Establishing Gender Equality in the WorkplaceEstablishing Gender Equality in the Workplace

    By Desiree YangJill Abramson's abrupt dismissal from her job as Executive Editor at The New York Times caused quite a stir in the media, with many speculating that she was wrongfully dismissed from her position - which she held for just under three y...

  • Career Fair Etiquette 101Career Fair Etiquette 101

    With the JobsCentral Career and Education Fair 2014 coming up, throngs of jobseekers will be navigating their way through the expansive halls of Suntec Singapore Convention Centre. Seeing that more than 90 employers will be present at the fair, prope...

  • Is the Five-Day Work Week and Eight-Hour Work Day an Outdated Model? Is the Five-Day Work Week and Eight-Hour Work Day an Outdated Model?

    By Koh WanziMany of us are familiar with the daily grind of a Monday to Friday, nine to five work schedule. Few people question it or even think of overturning the status quo, but as we embrace new economic models and knowledge-oriented economies, th...

  • Building Brand LoyaltyBuilding Brand Loyalty

    By Desiree YangWith hits like The Wedding Singer, Don't Mess With the Zohan and his most recent romantic comedy Blended (which hasn't been sitting well with critics) to his name, Adam Sandler is no stranger to the box office. Take a quick look at San...

  • The Science Behind WorkaholismThe Science Behind Workaholism

    By Desiree YangIn the cut-throat corporate jungle of multi-national corporations and small and medium enterprises that are clawing their way onto the global stage, survival of the fittest takes on a new meaning. The most telling indicator of fitness ...

  • Tips for Adjusting to a New Work ScheduleTips for Adjusting to a New Work Schedule

    With Singapore's thriving economy, workers in Singapore are able to view a wide variety of positions from numerous employers, and this may be a reason why job-hopping in Singapore remains prevalent as employees have ready access to better job opportu...

  • The Makings of an Attractive InternshipThe Makings of an Attractive Internship

    By Desiree YangInternships are fantastic! While most of us won't find ourselves in the fortunate shoes of Billy McMahon or Nick Campbell, who landed themselves internships at Google in The Internship, internship programmes can be vastly beneficial to...

  • Your Job Search: Don't Be Your Own SaboteurYour Job Search: Don't Be Your Own Saboteur

    By Desiree YangWe are all creatures of habit but sometimes when the winds of change blow our way, we are swept up and forced to confront the unfamiliar. Whether you're a fresh graduate who's looking for your first job or a veteran in the workforce lo...

  • The Perks of Being a Social Entrepreneur The Perks of Being a Social Entrepreneur

    By Desiree YangIn Singapore, social enterprises - sustainable businesses that emphasise the public good over profit margins, such as a co-operative - are part of an increasingly vibrant scene, with over 100 different active social enterprises in exis...

  • Portfolio 101 for Fresh Grads

    Most students prefer to concentrate on the all-important academic aspect and tend to overlook the fact that their portfolio is becoming increasingly important. When adequately prepared, the portfolio can be the key to setting you apart from the other...

Videos
Learn More
Close
Close
  • Drag MSN icon to Windows taskbar
  • Drag MSN icon to Windows taskbar
  • Drag MSN icon to Windows taskbar

Pin the Lifestyle channel for quick access.


It's easy! Drag the MSN butterfly from:

  • The Pinning Bar
  • The web address box
  • Or, a browser tab

to the Windows taskbar at the bottom of your screen

  • Open your favourite sites quickly.

Advantages of pinning


Pinned pages quickly deliver the content you want most

  • Open your favourite MSN pages from the Windows taskbar without opening your browser first.
  • Use JumpList to go directly to key sections of MSN and get real-time notification of updates.
  • Pin as MSN section homepages - like Cars, Entertainment and Money - as you want.