7 months ago

Office Design Trends to Watch Out For

2017 is almost over and we’ve only got a few more days left before we welcome another new year full of endless possibilities. This year, we saw our workplaces evolve into something new, from the rise of coworking spaces globally down to the read more...



7 months ago

The Most Beautiful Moment in Life

The twenties of someone’s life is often called as one of the most exhausting moments. Everything is complicated and the world doesn’t really give you a handout on how to successfully survive this frenzy. And though you have grownups to read more...



7 months ago

Games of Hard Work Can Also Be Games for Business

More often than not, whenever we see a colleague or office mate slouching in their chairs, immersed in a video game on their phone, we’d say that they’re wasting their time. We’d say that maybe they should stop slacking off and s read more...



8 months ago

An Open Letter to A Workaholic, From Last Year’s Employee of the Year

Dear Employee of the Year,

Hey, I think it’s time to take a break. I’m serious. You’ve been sitting there, staring at your screen for the past 5 hours. Don’t you want to go out for some fresh air? read more...



8 months ago

Finding and Creating Happy Workplaces

2016 was the year the rest of the world gave the center stage to employee engagement. Improving and redefining the overall happiness of the workforce have been the talk of the town. The industry has redefined the standard workplace environment, co read more...



8 months ago

Life Lessons from Julie and Julia

Julia Child was an American woman married to a French diplomat who wanted to be so much more than just a wife yet was unsure of what she wanted to do. While Julie Powell is a 29-year-old woman stuck in a cubicle with a run-down-the-mill job who fe read more...



8 months ago

Why the Nine-to-Five Working Day has to Go

“Without hard work, nothing grows but weeds”

Ever since we were young, we were told that hard work is the price of success. Our parents told us that nothing good comes easy. Our teachers reiterated the same thing, st read more...