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  • Investment 101 for Working AdultsInvestment 101 for Working Adults

    Fortunately (or unfortunately), personal finance was not a requisite module for everyone back in school, and some of us might be clueless as to how to manage our financial assets. And when you consider the fact that retirement planning is an importan...

  • Singapore's Road Warriors: After-School Job or Full-Time Career?Singapore's Road Warriors: After-School Job or Full-Time Career?

    It's been a long workday and the evening somnolence is already creep upon you - the idea of someone delivering grub to your door while you put your feet up sounds very enticing. Fast-food delivery may very well be the best idea since sliced bread, es...

  • Wielding the Double-Edged Sword of Social Media in Your Job SearchWielding the Double-Edged Sword of Social Media in Your Job Search

    By Koh WanziIn the digital age, where everything is literally at your fingertips, we may merrily abandon paper trails in favour of digital ones when it comes to job-hunting. But though you would not leave personal information or pictures lying around...

  • Why We Should Embrace Bring Your Own Device DayWhy We Should Embrace Bring Your Own Device Day

    By Koh WanziWhile an obscure acronym at first glance, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Day is a growing trend in 21st century workplaces where workers are encouraged to use their own devices-be it their phone, tablet, or personal computer - at work.In fa...

  • How to Ace Your Job Interview with the Right Body LanguageHow to Ace Your Job Interview with the Right Body Language

    By Jeremy CheongJob interviews are an inherently stressful affair. Some candidates tend to fidget during the job interview, which can range from touching one's hair to slouching too much. The former reveals your nervousness while the latter implies a...

  • 3 Ways to Ward off a Food Coma3 Ways to Ward off a Food Coma

    By Deanna BonaparteEver felt a bout of postprandial somnolence (aka 'food coma' or 'post-makan-syndrome')? Postprandial somnolence (henceforth referred to as PS), which usually hits you right after the buzz of lunchtime and is responsible for the ene...

  • The soft skills you need as a doctorThe soft skills you need as a doctor

    When you see a doctor, you like to know that he has had the proper education and is experienced in his specialty area. It's also helpful to know whether others have had good experiences with the doctor during their visits. While medical skills are im...

  • 3 Counterintuitive Tips for Setting Better Work Goals for your Team3 Counterintuitive Tips for Setting Better Work Goals for your Team

    Do you know that being too specific could actually harm your work goals' success? We suggest three (possibly) counter-intuitive tips to help you set better goals for your team. The ability to set good work goals is essential for any manager who wants...

  • 3 Guilt-free Reasons for Taking Time-off from Work3 Guilt-free Reasons for Taking Time-off from Work

    Struggling to decide whether you should take leave and risk being perceived as a 'slacker'? Here are some guilt-free suggestions to help you get the rest that you deserve. Holiday season may be just around the corner, but not everyone's jumping onboa...

  • 5 Design Tips to Boost Workplace Productivity5 Design Tips to Boost Workplace Productivity

    Fluorescent lights and boring white walls are so demotivating and passe. Try these workplace design tips that are backed by research to help transform your office into a hub of productivity and focus. Need to boost focus and productivity among your s...

  • How to Avoid Repeating Your Parents' Career MistakesHow to Avoid Repeating Your Parents' Career Mistakes

    Stuck in an unsatisfying career? Face those skellies in the cupboard and regain control over your career - you might just be living out your parents' career mistakes. People often feel mortified when they realize they've started behaving like their p...

  • Co-Worker Meltdowns - How to Deal with Them?Co-Worker Meltdowns - How to Deal with Them?

    Ever seen a colleague break down in the office, out of the blue? A sudden bout of crying and/or wailing can be precipitated by an endless stack of work to be completed or impossible clients to handle - the list of triggers is boundless. Many of us ma...

  • Tips on Dressing for Your Company's Costume D&DTips on Dressing for Your Company's Costume D&D

    It's that time of the year again when the entire company hangs out together for an evening to celebrate another successful work year. Only this time, it's not just a casual get-together over a relaxing meal, but a fully-fledged costume Dinner and Dan...

  • From Employee to Employer: How to Make a Smooth Transition? From Employee to Employer: How to Make a Smooth Transition?

    You've taken your baby steps into the working world, gradually moved up the corporate ladder and now you're finally the boss of your own company! Handling troublesome clients and hectic workloads as an employee can seem insignificant when you find yo...

  • Workplace Alliances DeconstructedWorkplace Alliances Deconstructed

    No man is an island, especially not in the workplace. Even if the scope of your work is fairly individualistic and autonomous, the truth is that having a solid network of allies in and out of the workplace can be the key to your future promotion and ...

  • How to Deal with a Passive-Aggressive Co-WorkerHow to Deal with a Passive-Aggressive Co-Worker

    A passive-aggressive co-worker can be the most infuriating type of colleague you'll ever encounter and have you tearing out your hair in short order. Passive-aggressive co-workers generally display some form of silent opposition, stubbornness, and/or...

  • Video Resumes - A Fresh Way to Stand OutVideo Resumes - A Fresh Way to Stand Out

    Video resumes have become a great supplement to the traditional paper resume. Besides showcasing your communication skills, a well-produced video resume can leave an indelible mark in the psyche of your interviewers. In a video resume, the candidate ...

  • Foods to Avoid at the OfficeFoods to Avoid at the Office

    With soaring food prices, unhealthy dining options and limited time on our hands, eating out may be a luxury that we can only afford from time to time. It isn't surprising then that many office employees choose to eat at their desks, either enjoying ...

  • Preparing for a Speaking OpportunityPreparing for a Speaking Opportunity

    You've been invited to present at an upcoming conference or join a panel at an industry seminar. You're excited to represent your company and speak to others in your field about a topic that's important and interesting to you. But if this is your fir...

  • How to back out of being a job referenceHow to back out of being a job reference

    In the later stages of the hiring process, it's common for employers to ask candidates for references. If you're asked by a job seeker to serve as a reference, you may get a call from the employer, who will ask you some questions about the job seeker...

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