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Working Overtime Frequently Might Be Endangering Your Health

Working Overtime Frequently Might Be Endangering Your Health

A study reveals that working overtime might be related to future health risks! In Singapore, most office employees work for about 9 hours daily. Multiply that by 5 and we get a total of 45 hours of work-time per week. But, sticking to that number is undou...
Cassey Ho: 5 Stretches to Relieve Back Pain And De-Stress After Work

Cassey Ho: 5 Stretches to Relieve Back Pain And De-Stress After Work

Get a good stretch to release tight muscles! Spent the whole day chasing deadlines and staring relentlessly at your computer? We feel you. But more importantly, your neck and shoulders probably feel the strain too. Suffering from a stiff neck and sore bac...
6 Things Office Millennials Can Teach You For Career Success

6 Things Office Millennials Can Teach You For Career Success

Don't brush millennials off so easily. Millennials may have acquired bad reputation for being the strawberry generation, but they have a few tips and tricks up their sleeves too. Here are some words of wisdom that Singaporean career women have picked up f...
Here’s What To Do When You’re Feeling Unproductive

Here’s What To Do When You’re Feeling Unproductive

Time at work is literally money. Feeling unproductive at work wastes an entire day and you leave the office with the same amount of work you had when you arrived this morning. Unproductivity often leads to guilt that causes you to dwell on this moody feelin...
7 Factors To Consider Before You Accept A New Job Offer

7 Factors To Consider Before You Accept A New Job Offer

Don't just accept the first job offer you get.  You've applied for the job, aced the interviews and now you've got an offer on the table. Even though it's a job you’re really keen on – you applied for it, after all, didn’t you – there are several things t...
4 Sad Truths About Why It Is So Dang Hard To Get Promoted In Singapore

4 Sad Truths About Why It Is So Dang Hard To Get Promoted In Singapore

Wondering why it takes forever to get promoted? You're not alone.  These days, career ladders in Singapore sure seem to have widely-spaced out rungs. And climbing it can feel like you’ve got lead weights strapped to both feet. There’s a growing and legiti...