Gone are the days when employees are boxed out of their cubicles! Modern technology and contemporary changes paved way for more freedom at work. Nowadays, we can choose to work from our own sweet home. CONS 1. Working from home is not for everyone. It takes a strong sense of self-discipline to conquer the tasks at hand. Discipline is important to start work and to focus during work. Be honest with yourself! Are you capable of practicing your self-discipline? 2.
Whether you are addicted to Facebook or not, you can generate income or at least increase your network through this platform. Facebook enables you to connect to potential clients and helps you to develop close relationships. However, you must remember that Facebook is only a part of the strategy. You still need to market through face to face interactions or through phone conversations. Clients need to feel a personal touch to your products or services. Nonetheless, here are some ways
Want to see how you compare amongst your peers, check out this salary guide by Kelly Services. This guide is a comprehensive reference tool which provides an insight into the latest salary trends for various positions across industries in Singapore. The data presented in this guide is derived from the careful compilation and analysis of thousands of placements Kelly Services performs every year, supplemented by the expert market knowledge of senior recruitment professionals and meticulous industry market research. Accounting Banking &
With the surge of expenses from left to right, many find it difficult to save money on the side. The difficulty arises not only due to the lack of self-control, but also due to our perception. Harvard Economics Professor Sendhil Mullainathan tells CNN Money that “it is human nature not to save, but we can get better at it”. #1: ACCEPTANCE The first step to building your savings is acceptance. Accept your current financial situation and today’s economy. Whether you
1 Singapore dollar can now get you 1.05 Aussie dollar Planning for a trip to Australia? This is a good time to visit the money changer. The Singapore dollar rose to a 4-month high against the Australian dollar since the last time it hits S$1.00 = A$1.051 in January this year. If we look at the 10-year chart, you can see that it is near its peak. The decline of the Australian dollar is probably due to the result of