12 Jan 2010
Recap the key discussions from our Dinner & Dialogue “Upping The Ante of Gen Y Talent in Nation- Building" with ICPAS advisor Mr Teo Ser Luck.
Find out Mr Teo's opinion on Gen Y in this first video from the series of 7.
A Gen Y-er is concerned about employers expecting staff to work long hours. Mr Teo advises her how to achieve work-life balance. Part 2 of 7.
From accountant to politician? Mr Teo offer some tips on how to get started. Part 3 of 7.
A survey says that four out of five undergraduates plan not to return to Singapore immediately, preferring to remain overseas to work. Find out why Mr Teo is not worried, encouraging Gen Y to go overseas, and is very confident that they will return. Part 4 of 7.
What can employers do to improve human resource policies? Mr Teo shares his thoughts on what could benefit Gen X and Gen Y. Part 5 of 7.
Blog contest winner Lace Sum feels that Gen Y-ers are misunderstood. Does Mr Teo agree? Part 6 of 7.
Mr Teo gives an interesting twist to John F. Kennedy's quote "Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country.". Also, find out Mr Teo's concluding advice in the final video of this series.
Videos courtesy of Razor TV.
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