Keep Fit for a Fit Organisation

In recent times, companies have become more conscious about the health of their employees and have begun to actively seek ways to promote healthy lifestyles at work. In addition to enhancing the physical well-being of employees and helping them feel better about themselves, sport can influence work outcomes in positive ways. Not only does sport help to relieve stress, it also builds camaraderie, improves mental alertness, and enhances productivity. (Read More Here!)

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Genres for the Job (Part III)

By Deanna Bonaparte

Sultry tunes like Jazz and Classical music are a staple in the iPods of many working individuals and well worth their salt. And as we have established in the past two weeks, they work especially well for software programmers and for those in the creative industry.

But not all jobs are tuned for such smooth grooves; there are jobs that’ll call for you to jive along to a different genre. (Read More Here!)

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Q&A: How do I Have Work-Life Balance?

Question: My work is overwhelming me and I barely have any time for myself. My stress from work is also straining my relationships with my loved ones and my family. What can I do?

Answer: Trying to dredge a semblance of a work-life balance from your hectic schedule is a constant bugbear for many working professionals in Singapore. As the projects begin to pile up, you often find yourself having to take work home and slog through it late into the night. (Read More Here!)

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Keep Off Those Extra Office Pounds

By Koh Wanzi

Having a white-collar job in Singapore often means the start of an increasingly sedentary lifestyle and the beginning of a spell of inactivity that can be hard to break. After all, more time spent sitting at a desk means less time and energy to dedicate to exercise.

A recent JobsCentral Survey found that more than three in five Singaporean workers have gained weight since starting work. Furthermore, 16.8 per cent reported gaining at least 20kg since joining the workforce and an earlier survey found that they packed on the pounds at approximately the rate of 3kg for every year of work. (Read More Here!)

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How To Reduce Stress at Work

By Julailah Wahid

Meet my best friend – the stress ball.

Believe me when I say that he has been with me through thick and thin. My muscles are put to work each time I squeeze his malleable form repeatedly for ten seconds or more. Suddenly, all the tension from my hands caused by prolonged and excessive keyboard typing is released.

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What to do this weekend...


The Importance of Being Earnest
Venue: Drama Centre Theatre
Date: From now till 11 April 09
Time: 3pm, 8pm
Cost: $34, $39, $44, $49, $54, $59, $64
Ticketing: www.sistic.com.sg or 6348 5555

Revisit this popular Oscar Wilde classic, presented with a twist. An all-male ensemble takes the stage, promising to give you a fresh perspective on the notions of courtship and idiosyncrasies within high society. This WILD RICE production also boasts some big industry names – direction by Glen Goei, costumes by Frederick Lee, and live music by the T’ang Quartet. Catch it if you can!

8 Femme
Venue: Alliance Francaise Theatre, 1 Sarkies Road
Date: 1 to 4 April 09
Time: 8pm
Cost: $17, $30
Ticketing: www.sistic.com.sg or 6348 5555

Adapted from a book written by Robert Thomas in 1972 (which was also translated into a film in 2002), the plot unfolds in a large country residence, revolving around one dead master of the house and the eight women present. They all have their secrets to hide, but which one bears the secret of murder? Join this all-female cast as they unravel the mystery and attempt to solve the case.