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Overworking and exploiting employees is fairly common in Singapore. -MoneySmart
Speaking nonsense at work is a common problem, one that is understandable as there is pressure to contribute to the conversation, especially if you are in the presence of your boss. -My Paper
'Resilience is an attitude.' If that's true, then anyone can learn to adopt it. Lessons from people who've been there and done it. -BBC Capital
9 more things you can do to be happier at work
The happier you are, the more positive these outcomes will be, and the further you'll excel in your career. -The Star/ANN
10 clear signs you should quit your job
You know something is wrong when your usual pick-me-up fails to work its magic. -The Star/ANN
"Omg, you slept with the boss!"
Dating a supervisor, offending a VIP client, "breaking up" with ex-colleagues... only to beg them for help later. These women tell SASHA GONZALES how they survived career-killing moves. -Her World
So you want to be a start-up boss
Have a clear business plan and a strong team in place from the get-go, experts advise. -ST
10 signs your colleague is an office bully
Some co-workers take it a step too far by being overbearing, obnoxious and outright unreasonable. -AsiaOne
Friendships at work
Working with people you like is, to me, as important as liking the work you do. -ST
Don't get overly obsessed with work-life balance
I have a confession to make: The term "work-life balance" irks me terribly. -ST

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