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He took the plunge to build brand of serviced apartments

The Straits Times : April 21, 2014

Frasers Hospitality boss to double its units to 30,000 in next 5 years

What's in store for Lock+Store

The Business Times : April 21, 2014

The self-storage solutions provider is ramping up its expansion plans in Singapore and moving into the region.

Worker sues employer, gets $275,000 settlement

The Straits Times : April 21, 2014

Technician had been offered $4,500 under work injury Act, but rejected it

Offering a good match

The Business Times : April 21, 2014

Glints, a local internship- matching start-up run by three 21-year-olds, is gaining prominence as well as funding

Singapore's cruise industry faces headwinds

The Straits Times : April 21, 2014

Travel agents reluctant to send staff for training to sell packages

Traditional businesses facing tough times

The Straits Times : April 21, 2014

High rents, labour crunch are major woes; tech not the solution for many

More firms hiring people with disabilities

The Straits Times : April 19, 2014

Tight labour market proving to be a boon for them; govt subsidies also help

Look past own sector for ideas, SMEs urged

The Straits Times : April 17, 2014

THE way many restaurant chains have cut costs and improved quality by using central kitchens to prepare some dishes holds a lesson for other industries, said Mr Lee Yi Shyan yesterday.

Banks, IT firms mull moves offshore amid manpower shortage

The Straits Times : April 17, 2014

Business parks could be hit if middle, back-end functions shift: report

Look further afield for productivity ideas

The Business Times : April 17, 2014

COMPANIES looking to raise their productivity may do well to copy ideas from outside their industry, Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry Lee Yi Shyan said yesterday.

Having a blast running own firm

The Straits Times : April 16, 2014

Many companies in Singapore have been struggling to cope with the restructuring of the economy, amid high business costs and tight manpower. Some have taken strides towards productivity by revamping their processes and investing in technology.

Retail firm keen to grow as it turns 10

The Straits Times : April 16, 2014

Norbreeze Group aims to quadruple 50 stores globally

Sons of CDL veterans join senior management

The Straits Times : April 16, 2014

THE sons of City Developments (CDL) executive chairman Kwek Leng Beng and deputy chairman Kwek Leng Joo have joined the property developer's senior management team.

Learning institute to operate fully by this year

The Straits Times : April 16, 2014

EARLY childhood educators looking to improve their skills or workers wanting to test their literacy levels will be able to do so at the Lifelong Learning Institute.

Woman fails in bid to claim maintenance

The Straits Times : April 16, 2014

Court rules she has enough to live on with 41% share of matrimonial assets

Focus on young leaders in cities summit

The Business Times : April 16, 2014

YOUNG leaders will share the spotlight with industry veterans when Singapore hosts the World Cities Summit (WCS), Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) and CleanEnviro Summit Singapore once again in June.

Some bosses 'reluctant' to give maids weekly day off

The Straits Times : April 16, 2014

Some maids also forgo rest to work for more cash, say agents

Launch of programme that will help special needs students transit better to workplace

The Straits Times : April 15, 2014

A new school-to-work transition programme will give students with special needs greater support when they move on to the workplace, said Education Minister Heng Swee Keat.

Hire only the right consultants

The Straits Times : April 15, 2014

AS A management consultant, I feel there is no need for companies to engage consultants to assist them in applying for the Productivity and Innovation Credit.

Ex-Amex employee fined for e-mailing client data to himself

The Straits Times : April 15, 2014

A CORPORATE sales manager with American Express e-mailed almost 800 confidential files from his company laptop to his personal e-mail account before he resigned to join a rival bank.

New job scheme for retirees in North East

The Straits Times : April 15, 2014

Part-time work for those who seek to contribute to society, earn some cash

Ex-company director fined $1.95 million for importing duty-unpaid liquor

Asia One : April 15, 2014

A former company director was fined more than $1.95 million and jailed three weeks for importing duty-unpaid beer and rice wine.

Alcon opens eye-drug plant here

The Business Times : April 15, 2014

EYE-care firm Alcon yesterday officially opened its first Asia-Pacific eye-care drug manufacturing plant here, a facility housing production, packaging and distribution under one roof.

Stiffer penalties for directors in tax, AGM cases

The Business Times : April 15, 2014

They failed to file annual returns and hold AGMs on time

Be prepared for high-tech job market

The Straits Times : April 14, 2014

TECHNOLOGY has a real impact on unskilled workers.

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