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  1. A new wave of immigrants from China, who run everything from ...
    November 27, 2014



    Singapore jobs tilt towards China

    A new wave of immigrants from China, who run everything from hawker stalls to high finance, has come to Singapore. The FT's4m 25secs

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    With great power comes great responsibility

    It is easy to be wise after the event. On quitting last week as chairman of Serco, a business services company, AlastairStefan Stern

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    Domestic violence: there are discreet ways to offer support

    I suspect that a member of my staff is suffering domestic violence. I want to help, but how do I do so appropriately givenJanina Conboye

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    Haiku winner contrasts a boss and a leader

    The boss was this week’s theme and the winning poem is by David Dayson. a leader bends with adversity a boss just snaps

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    View: ‘Social’ CEOs align the workforce

    “Social CEO” is a buzz term to describe chief executives who embrace social media tools within an organisation. TheseHayes Drumwright

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    Enforced gardening leave is outdated

    Helen Weir, finance director of the John Lewis group, is to be the new finance director of M&S, a move that drew a lot ofMrs Moneypenny

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    Cloud goes business class

    US cloud storage company Dropbox has teamed up with Microsoft in the latest move by cloud sharing services to expand beyondGeoff Nairn

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    How to write a tailored CV

    It is important to target your CV to a particular role to stand out from the competition. Making your CV appear too genericCorinne Mills

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    Mind the UK pay gap between men and women

    Though the gap is slowly narrowing, men are still paid more than women, especially in the critical, high-earning period lateCarola Hoyos

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    UK set to give green light for expensive kidney drug

    Britain’s healthcare cost watchdog is set to give the go-ahead for one of the world’s most expensive drugs to be used in theAndrew Ward, Pharmaceuticals Correspondent

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