EMPOWERING YOUTHS AT THE WORKPLACE
Through our Youth Chapters - the youth wing of affiliated unions, young union leaders are better able to engage fellow youths at their workplace. With the support of Young NTUC, our young union leaders are provided with resources to facilitate them in reaching out and engaging their members.
Accidental Adventure Made Good
Two years ago, Nuraini Zakaria was tasked into taking up union leadership but guess what? She has never looked back since.
BONDING THROUGH AFFINITY GROUPS
Team Young NTUC brings together youths of similar interests and causes. Youths come together as affinity groups to lead initiatives which they are passionate about. From environmental issues, animal welfare, volunteering to performing arts, we help our members make a difference to themselves and the society.
When Will Supermarkets Stop Providing Plastic Bags?
Do we really need so many plastic bags? I think it won’t be long before supermarkets start charging for plastic bags so shoppers will request for fewer bags, or simply bring their own. Perhaps it might have to be mandated by the Government, but it will be a step in the right direction, for sure.
Street Smarts Are Just As Important As Book Smarts
It’s no secret that education in Singapore is of high importance. Last year, CNN reported that Singapore has the smartest kids in the world, based on key findings from the Programme for International Student Assessment in 2012. But is being book smart enough? How about being street smart?
Scaling the Appreciation Mountain
It’s no secret that a show of gratitude from our bosses contributes to our mental and emotional well being at work. Numerous studies have shown that a culture of gratitude increases job satisfaction. What can you do to get the level of appreciation you wish for?
Leaving a legacy, one building at a time
Every time I walk past a construction site, I cannot help but marvel at how the building gets erected. And recently, I had that chance to interview Aaron Foong, a civil engineer by profession. Find out what he has to share.
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