Chinese New Year is a big deal for Chinese all over the world. It is no exception here in Singapore. With our multi-racial society, not only are the Chinese excited for this big day, other races also look forward to the public holiday for a well-deserved break. If you are not sure how to spend your break, here are some helpful suggestions on what you could possibly spend time on this Chinese New Year.
At the start of every February, most couples would invariably have worrying thoughts as to how to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Ever though most rational adults know that V-Day is created by companies to sell more flowers or greeting cards, there is still a societal pressing need to celebrate it as a show of love to your partner. Or you might want to make use of Valentine’s Day to profess your love to your crush. Whatever the reasons, if you can’t think of any decent way to commemorate this special day, read on for some ideas to spend your time with your loved one.
Andrew Carnegie once wrote, “Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” If you would like to achieve uncommon results, here are 5 basic steps that you could start to make for a great foundation to a stronger team.
Everyone cooks differently. Even if it is the exact same dish, no two cooks will do it in an identical manner. To honour our culinary differences, we highlight six of the most common cooks that can be found in kitchens all over the world.
If you think that working with a group of people means that you are working in a team, you could not be more wrong. Teams are groups but groups are not necessarily teams. A team can achieve so much more than what a group can achieve, it has higher productivity, efficiency and better communications. If you would like to improve and turn your group into a team, read on for tips on how to do so.
Corporate culture is not just a vague term thrown around by HR executives to confuse employees. Corporate culture reflects the organisation’s beliefs, accepted norms and behaviour. It silently governs how employees behave, interact and work, without having a physical presence. As it is so important, we highlight some methods here to reinforce corporate culture.
Whether you are a Christian or not, Christmas is a gazetted public holiday in Singapore and most people celebrate it in one way or another. Also, with Christmas coming, it signifies that the year is coming to an end and most people do really feel more chilled and relaxed towards yearend. Here, we highlight some ideas that you can steal to enjoy yourselves on this special day.