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Kick-Starting Your Personal Brand

By Angela Soh

The job market is becoming increasingly competitive every year. With jobseekers constantly looking to gain an edge over their peers, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that you need to step up your game in order to remain competitive. (Read More Here!)

Q&A: How Do I Prepare for an Exit Interview?

Question: I have been asked to speak to a HR representative regarding my resignation and am supposed to participate honestly in an exit interview. How do I go about preparing myself for it?

Answer: They say that first impressions matter, but not many are aware that final impressions, too, are lasting impressions. An exit interview is a chance for you to leave an impression and a positive one will bode well for your future career. (Read More Here!)

Fengshui in the Office

By Koh Wanzi

As the Chinese New Year rolls around, it’s time to bust out the firecrackers and crimson-coloured trappings in the name of auspiciousness again. And as we celebrate and usher in a new year of prosperity, it’s a good time to re-examine some of the cultural practices that are thought to facilitate the accumulation of both luck and wealth. (Read More Here!)

How Can I Go Back to My Old Job?

By Deanna Bonaparte

If you are finally certain that you want to go back to your old job, it is likely that you have ascended from the dark place in your thoughts where you felt crestfallen and where your mind was firing ‘What if’ scenarios in all directions.

There must have been a reason behind your resignation at your previous company. Perhaps you misjudged the company or a certain situation, or perhaps you leapt at the prospect of a better salary and greater career advancement opportunities elsewhere. Whatever the case, the question “How do I go back to my old job?” is a relatively friendly occupant in your mind considering that you have already conquered an arguably more unsettling thought: “Should I go back?” (Read More Here!)

Q&A: Should I Explore Other Job Opportunities in the New Year?

Question: Many people choose the start of a new year to turn in their resignation letters and take their chances elsewhere. Is this a good time to explore other job opportunities? (Read More Here!)