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Rights for Disabled Workers

By Deanna Bonaparte

Progress towards a flexible and inclusive society in Singapore cannot be only reliant on Government policies laid out in black and white. The ownership of this initiative should be on society as a whole (and this includes the workplace) in adopting the spirit of convention and inclusivity.

In fact, 4 per cent of the nation’s population – about 150,000 people – is less-than-abled. And with this number set to rise, it is pertinent for the workplace to accept and adapt to persons with disabilities.

What kind of measures should be adopted to ensure the inclusivity of disabled workers in the workplace? Here are some pointers on how companies can create a friendlier work environment for everybody. (Read More Here!)

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Online Entrepreneurs: 4 Things You Should Be Aware Of

By Deanna Bonaparte

A great advantage of being an online entrepreneur (who relies on e-commerce, rather than a brick-and-mortar presence) is the ability to work whenever, wherever, and however. This might suggest that you’d have greater flexibility for family and leisure activities, but the truth is that online entrepreneurs are in control of their own failure and success, and this can become very daunting very quickly. Here are 4 things to note before you become an online entrepreneur. (Read More Here!)

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