04 Mar '11, 11am

Priceless rewards for bosses who tap part-timers: Why don't more companies hire stay-at-home moms (or dads) as c...

I found the recent articles on part-time jobs for mothers very interesting. Having lived through this situation over the last 13 years, I can totally relate. I was working full-time in a multi-national corporation in Hong Kong when I had my first-born and fortunately managed to switch to part-time with the same company. Ever since then, I have been working part-time at various organisations in Hong Kong and over the last few years in Singapore as well. When I moved here eight years ago, it was a significant change for me from a career standpoint. I agree with Delphine Loo ("More quality part-time jobs needed", March 4) that it is not easy to find part-time work in Singapore. I eventually managed to secure a part-time position with the Career Resource Center for Expatriates, a programme offered by the American Association of Singapore, a non-profit organisation. CRCE helps ...

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singapore.gumtree.sg 06 Mar '11, 3pm

We are looking for 4 x Part-timers. Event: Mother & Baby Venue: Singapore Expo Products: Baby Products Interview Date: 14 ...

More quality part-time jobs needed: I REFER to ...

todayonline.com 03 Mar '11, 11pm

I REFER to the previous letters about part-time jobs for mothers. I work as a part-time legal counsel and clock most of my...