Why I Chose To Be On Freeboh Preferred Jobseeker Programme

I wanted to be an admin assistant and I am very happy with my current job working as one. Before I got here, I was working other ad hoc jobs like, being a Christmas packer, working at a new year’s event and being a telemarketer. There were many skills that I have...

Things To Do During the Holiday Season!

So, the holiday season is here again! Christmas is barely a month away and just around the corner. As usual, there’re always things to do during this festive season. Hanging out with friends seems like the ideal plan for some people. You can hang out with your pals at...

Benefits of Managing Between Several Part-time Jobs

Before I talk about the benefits of holding several part-time jobs under one belt, let’s discuss the pros and cons of a full-time job. For a typical full-time job, one is expected to work five to six days a week, depending on the nature of the job. It also comes with...

The Evolution of the Working Trend

When looking for a job, the first thing a job seeker will need to do is to stand out and impress his or her future employer. To do that, most job seekers have this concept imbedded in their mind that, by creating a long and detailed résumé or curriculum...

Global Retrenchment to Become A Trend?

Oops, here we go again! The world economy is at risk of another financial meltdown, announced the International Monetary Fund. The Washington-based lender of last resort has claimed that, with global debt levels well above those at the time of the last crash...

Finding your first gig?

Many of us started our first jobs while we were studying. It could be cashiering at a supermarket close to home after lessons, or just working part-time at a bakery during the holidays. However, not all of us were fortunate enough to secure a job before the holidays...

Income protection for flexible workers? We’ve got you covered.

As flexible workers and freelancers, securing a job does not always guarantee income security. Falling sick will almost always result in lost income, and some may even need to work extra hours after recovery to make up for it. Here in Freeboh, we believe that flexible...

What is your level of “work readiness?”

What is your level of "work readiness"? Dr Betsy Ng from the National Institute of Education is conducting a study to develop a holistic assessment for work readiness of our local university students. If you agree to participate in this study,...

Freeboh and Lumesse Partner on Talent Acquisition Solutions

  Market leading integrated shift-based jobs marketplace Freeboh has announced a new strategic partnership with Lumesse, a provider of recruitment and talent management solution. Lumesse’s expertise in talent acquisition combined with Freeboh’s extensive network...

5 Interesting Concepts by the Lo & Behold Group

It’s normal if you haven’t heard of the brand Lo & Behold. But surely you have heard of the dining places under the Lo & Behold Group. Let’s take a look at five of the most interesting concepts under the Lo & Behold Group. Loof   Perched atop Odeon...

How do you craft the MOST interesting CV! (Part 2)

In part 2 of the series, we would be looking into how to craft an interesting CV to make it uniquely you! If you haven't read part 1 of the series, you can read it here!     To capture the employer's attention with your CV, you can craft your CV into an...

How do you craft the MOST interesting CV? (Part 1)

How to craft your experiences in your CV?   What's your dream job?   “How do I get my dream job?” or “Why didn’t I get an interview?” are questions that would cross everyone’s mind during the job hunt. While there’s no foolproof way to guarantee you getting...

Things To Do During the Holiday Season!

So, the holiday season is here again! Christmas is barely a month away and just around the corner. As usual, there’re always things to do during this festive season. Hanging out with friends seems like the ideal plan for some people. You can hang out with your pals at...

The Evolution of the Working Trend

When looking for a job, the first thing a job seeker will need to do is to stand out and impress his or her future employer. To do that, most job seekers have this concept imbedded in their mind that, by creating a long and detailed résumé or curriculum...

Global Retrenchment to Become A Trend?

Oops, here we go again! The world economy is at risk of another financial meltdown, announced the International Monetary Fund. The Washington-based lender of last resort has claimed that, with global debt levels well above those at the time of the last crash...

Finding your first gig?

Many of us started our first jobs while we were studying. It could be cashiering at a supermarket close to home after lessons, or just working part-time at a bakery during the holidays. However, not all of us were fortunate enough to secure a job before the holidays...

Freebohxpslovecompany Giveaway

the pslove company is back with yet another round of fantastic giveaways! There are 3 giveaways going on right now that you can take part in! Want to take part? Just follow these instructions 🙂 1. Facebook giveaway How to take part - Follow both Freeboh's and pslove...

How do you prepare for an interview?

Congratulations! Great job securing that interview! At this point, you must be incredibly elated and your heart is racing. After all, you did beat many others to come this far. According to an ERE survey in 2013, each corporate job position attracts more than 250...

Make working and studying work

I used to work as a waitress in a café while schooling and it wasn’t as simple as I thought it would be. Going to work right after school and being too tired to finish my homework soon after was not easy at all. Telling myself I would do my school work ‘tomorrow’....

It’s not easy, but it’s definitely rewarding

Every organisation wants employees who perform and thrive in their roles, growing along with the company. Today, we have to say goodbye to one of the most influential employees on our team. It is rare to find someone who cares so deeply about our community of...

Trading tea-time for tees

Amelia Yong is one of Singapore’s top female golfers. At the tender age of 16, she made history as the first Singaporean to compete in an LPGA event. Amelia has represented Singapore at major amateur tournaments worldwide, and was one of only 2 female golfers in...

How to hustle and still feel great!

You can have your cake and eat it, too. We’re in an era where it’s super easy to monetise your skills and time. Almost anyone who is connected to the internet, and has enough time, can earn some extra income. The problem now is, how do you stay happy if you’re working...

Work or Travel? Why not both?

Want a unique travel experience without breaking the bank? Now you can work in exchange for food and accomodation during your vacation by WWOOFing! WWOOF is a program that facilitates non-monetary exchanges between voluteers and local farmers. In short, you get to...

5 Ways to Manage School and a Job

Nowadays it is becoming more and more common to work while pursuing tertiary education, either for the work experience, money or both. Managing school or work to get the most out of your studies and job can be a struggle unless you plan for it. Below are five ways to...