Posts by: li yin lim

Kitchen dreams do come true, along with long hours and hard work. One food stall owner who is finding satisfaction in realising her ambitions and keeping people happy through flavours.

We talk to two Singaporeans, who made a mid-career switch to a job out at sea, to find out how they are faring.

As part of our ongoing series featuring insights from top business leaders in NTUC’s U Circle of Friends network, we speak to LinkedIn’s managing director for Asia Pacific.

Fixed term contract employees form a small but important part of Singapore’s workforce, yet not all receive their fair dues. NTUC Assistant Secretary-General Zainal Sapari says more needs to be done to protect them and give them better job security.

In an increasingly borderless digital world, how can working professionals adapt and even stand out from the crowd? We catch up with Ilja Rijnen, Edrington’s HR director for Asia Pacific and India to hear what he has to say.

Thanks to companies with flexible human resource policies, mature workers like Madam Lim who have exceeded the re-employment age of 67 can continue doing what they love.

Always wanted to do away with long, cumbersome grocery shopping lists? Well, say hello to Amazon Trash!

Come 1 July 2017, the amended Retirement & Re-employment Act (RRA) will take effect in Singapore, bringing with it three key improvements that will benefit both mature workers and their companies. In his first blog post, NTUC DSG Heng Chee How shares why this latest update is like music to his ears.

Edelene Ee may not run as fast as speeding trains or stop flying bullets, but her role as an engineer in SMRT makes her a wonder woman nonetheless

Long-service staff in Asia’s leading retailer Wing Tai share how their jobs have changed over the years with one constant – the personal touch.