Engineering a Career
National Floorball player and full-time engineer, Laura Tan shares her advice to women interested in the engineering industry.
The Supportive Employer
A grateful employee’s story on how she benefited from a progressive employer with work-life friendly practices.
Giving Up Not an Option
Hasliza Ali, a divorcee and mother of two daughters, shares how she overcame all odds to be a successful woman returner.
Leveling The Playing Ground
Singapore may still have some way to go in the gender equality race, but NTUC’s approach may be gaining some traction. Read on for more.
Getting ahead while balancing a career and family life
Worklife balance is possible. Read on to find out how woman engineer Josephine Quah did it.
Singapore’s top women engineers accredited prestigious title of Chartered Engineer (CEng) in railway & transportation engineering
Edelene Ee was one of the first few women engineers accredited as a Chartered Engineer, a prestigious title awarded by the Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES). Read on for her success story.
International Women's Day Message 2017
From Ms K. Thanaletchimi, Chairperson of NTUC Women’s Committee
Science and Engineering: Fair Game for Both Sexes
Meet a woman engineer, entrepreneur and leader, and get her thoughts on women issues in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Prevalence of Breastfeeding in Singapore
The National Breastfeeding Survey (NBFS) series provides national statistics on the prevalence and duration of breastfeeding among mothers in Singapore. Read about it here.
5 Ways to Help Breastfeeding Mums at the Workplace
How can employers make breastfeeding mothers feel more welcomed at the office? Here are 5 suggestions from us.
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