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.
Because I can, so why not?
Akidah personifies someone who has a heart for volunteering works, as she often avails herself whenever situations call for it. Read on to find out more about Akidah, on what Young NTUC means to her, why she joined SUBE and what her job in the media industry is like!
The Leader With A Holistic Approach
Are ladies really bad driver? This month, we interviewed Singapore Industrial and Services Employees' Union (SISEU) Leader, Mohamad Izhardi Misram and we are happy to learn that this hearsay is pretty much a misconception!
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.
It All Started With a Strike…
Digging deep into what makes Singapore’s labour landscape so unique and harmonious has led Ronnie Ang to having a close relationship with the Labour Movement.
Self-care and Mental Wellness
If you are feeling uncomfortable and stressed up by the whole pandemic situation, please know that you are not alone in this. Find out what are the early signs of mental distress and how you can take care of yourself and emerge stronger amid the adversities.
A Cashless Society: How Far Has Singapore Come?
The pandemic has made consumers and businesses to adopt e-payments more than usual. Find out from Mr Ricky Lim, Group CEO & MD at NETS, explains how COVID-19 has impacted consumer behaviours and where does Singapore stand today in becoming a cashless society.
It’s okay to change career paths after graduating. Here’s how
Have you spent the last two to five years slaving away for a diploma or degree and now want to do something totally unrelated? As technology continues to change the way we work, more people are becoming open to the possibility that they would need to switch careers in the future.
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