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About 3,000 former and currently serving officers in Singapore's civil service were found to have been mistakenly undercompensated by a total of around S$10 million.

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Singapore civil servants underpaid by S$10m due to HR errors

THE civil service will make good the S$10 million shortfall in benefits to existing and past officers, said the Public Service Division (PSD) in a press statement on Wednesday.


Prudential Singapore plans to hire up to 500 more financial consultants in 2021

PRUDENTIAL Singapore on Wednesday said it plans to hire more mid-career individuals and fresh graduates amid the Covid-19 downturn.


Robinsons owes S$32m to creditors; largest claims from landlords, employees

DEPARTMENT store Robinsons Singapore, which is now under provisional liquidation, owes S$31.7 million to 442 creditors.


Quarz, Black Crane plan EGM requisition to approve internalisation of Sabana Reit manager

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Bukit Pasoh shophouse for sale with S$10.5m guide price

OCCUPYING a land area of 1,363 square feet (sq ft), the central business district (CBD) shophouse has a total floor area of about 2,800 sq ft, subject to site survey, PropNex said.


Singapore Customs launches electronic Bankers' Guarantee programme

SINGAPORE Customs has launched a comprehensive electronic banker's guarantee (eBG) programme on the Networked Trade Platform (NTP) to facilitate smoother and more seamless transactions.


The STI today

STI up for third straight session on Singapore’s economic recovery hopes

IT was a third consecutive day of trading gains for the Singapore benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) which kept up its momentum, adding 10.04 points or 0.36 per cent to 2,788.59. 

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