Posts by: Weiliang Siow

When we hear the name "Singapore Airlines", we tend to think of the Singapore Girl in her iconic blue sarong kebaya. But how much do we know about the other SIA workers and the leaders amongst them? Read this feature to find out how one such union leader has made a difference in the lives of his union members.

Not many people would consider starting a career handling the end of someone’s life. But Kelly Lim, 26, thought different.

For many in the event management industry, audio professionals are better known as “soundmen”. One soundwoman tells us how she is holding her own in a man’s world.

Undaunted by the prospect of entering an industry which was both manual and male-dominated, Enqi Chee co-founded lighting design firm Roadie at the age of 23 in March 2017.

Technology is transforming our workplaces faster than ever before. Traditional jobs are becoming obsolete while new jobs are surfacing even as I write this.

It is really not easy for working mothers to balance their work and caregiving roles, but NUH is making things a little easier with flexible work arrangements.

In an economy where talent is king, access is a real competitive advantage. For employees, the benefits of flexible working arrangements (FWAs) can include significantly improved work-life harmony, increased satisfaction at work and enhanced well-being. For employers, when they're able to understand the business case...

Did you know? According to the Workplace Safety and Health Institute, 268 workers suffered major injuries while 19 were fatally injured at work from January to June 2017. 5,864 workers sustained minor injuries, with over 200,000 man days lost.

Prime examples of not letting disability stand in their way, two special working Singaporeans get the chance to flourish in their careers thanks to inclusive HR policies.

It is no wonder she is nicknamed ‘Wonder Woman’ by her regular customers in the central business district. UberEATS delivery partner Kashlyn Teo often inspires awe with her cheerful demeanor, quirky dress code, and ability to keep up to the demands of the job despite being 70-years-old.