THE free bento meal that 81-year-old Madam Ng has been tucking into daily since mid-April comes courtesy of a web of connections. In this network are those who fund the meal programme, the food...

COVID-19 has hit Singapore's economy, but not Singaporeans' generosity.

THERE are many stereotypes and social stigmas associated with persons with disabilities (PWDs). Some companies share their experiences - and hiring journey - with this group of people, and how the...

COVID-19 has sparked fears of a business slowdown, yet it has also uncovered outstanding examples of corporate goodness - the after-effects of which may well outlive the virus.

"WE cannot ask consumers to be the only ones (reducing plastic waste), I think corporates also need to play a part. We are all in it together", said Seah Kian Peng, group CEO of FairPrice Group,...

KEPPEL Corporation executive Ariel Tee took a different sort of leave from work in September. She went on volunteerism leave with a group of colleagues to Mabian, Sichuan.

TAKING HEART

MORNI SULAIMAN, a former teacher and banker, and Lily Chan, a retired educationist - at 75 and 58 respectively, are volunteers of RSVP Singapore The Organisation of Senior Volunteers. Mr Morni...

ABOUT one in five Singaporeans will have their jobs displaced as artificial intelligence (AI) and digitisation take off in the Asean region, data in a Cisco and Oxford Economics report shows.

SPRING rolls and baked cajun chicken roulade were some dishes - prepared by persons with disabilities (PWDs) - served at the Company of Good Fellowship networking dinner held on Wednesday at the...

COMPANY OF GOOD

THE quarterly Good Pulse Survey by consumer insights company Toluna and the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre (NVPC) found that the top five concerns that people in Singapore have are...