Degree holders face global competition in hunt for jobs

In many developed societies, including Singapore, young people and their parents hold strongly to the belief that a degree will lead to better job prospects and subsequently afford them a...

Net increase of 7,800 jobs in financial industry in last 2 years: MAS

THE number of net jobs created for Singapore's financial industry is set to exceed the 8,000 target by year end - and the nation is just halfway through its efforts to transform its financial...

Building on a strong foundation

Construction SMEs are gearing up for a pickup in the property sector by investing in talent and technology.

What SMEs can do to cope with rising office rents

Office rents are increasing, and here are some strategies that SMEs can adopt to be ready for this.

Engaging SMEs on sustainability

SMEs are at risk when they decide to shelf the sustainability discussion.

Newly registered companies (March-April 2018)

A listing of companies with issued capital between S$200,000 and S$5 million.

Pitfalls to take note of before entering into commercial leases

Beware of the pitfalls when entering into commercial leases.

Bicycle-sharing: End of the road?

Last January, the Chinese-founded company oBike started rolling out its services in Singapore, discreetly setting down its two-wheelers in the...

The mismatch between modern business contexts and human nature

AN interesting phenomenon that pervades all areas of life may underlie many problems that we encounter in the modern world as humans and in organisations. In this article, I introduce the concept...

The costs of going cashless

LAST week, the government said it is targeting Singapore to be cheque-free by 2025 as part of the country's cashless push. It also said that from August onwards, companies and government agencies...