Do You Even Lift? – A Peek into the Life of a Lift Technician

“When I first started servicing lifts as my first job, the residents were very friendly. They would appreciate our work and make us kopi. Now, the moment they see us, they shut their doors,” said Chevalier Senior Lift Technician Zulkifli Yusop, 52, who has been in the industry for ...

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A 60-year-old Switches Gears from Retrenchment to Employment – With a Little Boost from His Union

It’s not every day that you hear about a 60-year-old bouncing back from retrenchment to find gainful employment again. However, with the Labour Movement’s assistance, that is exactly what Kwoh Choo Chye did.

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Union, Management and e2i Organise Exclusive Job Fair for JCC Retrenched Workers

An exclusive job fair organised by the Attractions, Resorts & Entertainment Union (AREU), NTUC’s Employment and Employability Institute (e2i) and Jurong Country Club (JCC) management has given JCC retrenched workers more confidence for the future.

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The Read That Could Change Your Approach to Freelancing

What does it really mean to have a freelance working arrangement? Or carve out a career as a freelancer? Does it, as most parents often worry, mean instability wrought by insufficient work, irregular income and working out of home (therefore less professional)? Or does it mean having the autonomy ...

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