A SINGLE mother who has to care for her young boy and elderly mother, has had her salary first cut by 50 per cent and another recent reduction that left her with only 25 per cent of her original...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

IN "The issue is not foreign talent but transparency in the process" (BT, Sept 10) Stephanie Yuen-Thio may be putting words in the NCMP's mouth by saying that Mr Leong Mun Wai cited Piyush Gupta...

LEADING THROUGH DISRUPTION

WELL, I would say that, wouldn't I? We're in the mentoring business ourselves. But it's true. It is growing so fast now that it is difficult to keep up the supply of mentors. Added to which, the...

YOU cannot sustain a crisis mode forever, Julie Sweet observes, on one of the video calls that have become her default communications tool since Covid-19 hit.

LEADING THROUGH DISRUPTION

THE arrival of a pandemic is seen by some as a sort of judgement. Not because it presages the end of the world, nor because it is sent as punishment by some out-of-life influence, but because we...

SIX months into one of the most challenging years in business history, simple clarity has become our most precious resource.

LEADING THROUGH DISRUPTION

AS cheap money starts to look expensive, it is time to consider what the speeding pace of capitalism was doing to us pre-Covid-19 and assess the implications for our post-Covid values. Our...

DAVID M Solomon started 2020 on his back foot.

EDITORIAL

THE Covid-19 pandemic has put a brake on global economies, including Singapore, where total employment saw its worst quarterly contraction on record in the second quarter of 2020, according to...

IN THE words of Shakespeare, "For there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so." Resilience as a career concept is having a kind of heyday, with good reason. Flung into new ways...