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Article Bell curve ranking system has outlived its usefulness
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (FORUM)  13/06/2019

HR departments must review their individual key performance indicators and ensure that the criteria are accurately set, with an effective system in place to track them.
The bell curve is nothing more than a regressive form of appraisal with more drawbacks than benefits.   (342 words)
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Article 'What if I outlive the lease of my flat?'
By: GRACE LEONG,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  15/04/2018
Two generations of the Wee family bought two five-room flats and a three-room flat in the same estate in Telok Blangah several years ago because they wanted to be close to one another.
But now, Ms Janet Ow, 41, a property agent who bought her five-room flat with her husband Allen Wee, 39,   (724 words)
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Article SURVIVING THE GENERATIONS
By: CAI HAOXIANG,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (THE RAFFLES CONVERSATION)  24/02/2018

"A partner comes into the firm with his own competence, personality, and then capital. Once he gets out of the firm, he gets his (competence), personality and capital out again without added value, without goodwill on the capital," he says.   (2156 words)
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Article Able to survive or thrive?
By: YUEN SIN,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  02/06/2019

Dr Jeremy Lim, a partner at consulting firm Oliver Wyman's Asia-Pacific health and life sciences practice, notes that the study led by Assistant Professor Ng Kok Hoe from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy had assumed that a senior would be in good health, so healthcare expenditure was not factored in.   (1543 words)
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Article Miss Dusty survives objection
By: TAN THEAN LOON,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (RACING)  25/03/2019
Cliff Brown-trained big-hearted grey mare fends off mighty challenge from Eagle Eye by a short head for third win in eight starts

Just when she looked poised for an easy win came a serious challenger, chomping on her lead and giving her supporters plenty of anxious moments.
But Miss   (608 words)
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Article SURVIVE A TESTING TIME
By: ANG YIYING AND MELINDA JANIKA,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (IN)  06/08/2018
LIFE

EXPERIENCES

ANG YIYING and MELINDA JANIKA find out what music you should put on your playlist while you study, how to de-stress, as well as what scares you at this time of year

PLAYLIST RECOMMENDATIONS
"Pop songs, happy ones."
Ignatius Lim, 15, Catholic High   (428 words)
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Article Big Hearted survives objection
By: TAN THEAN LOON,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (RACING)  21/05/2019
Debut winner beats newcomer Rocket Star by a short head in $75,000 Inglis Ready2Race Sale Stakes

Trainer Michael Clements has had so many successes with his young blood and his juvenile galloper Big Hearted is surely a horse destined to go far.
The debut winner on the Polytrack 1,100m on   (614 words)
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Article SLINGERS SURVIVE HEAT SCARE
By: XENER GILL,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (SPORT)  11/02/2019
Tale of two halves for Neo's men as they fend off Saigon's relentless pressure to win 76-70
The Singapore Slingers will do well to shed their Jekyll-and-Hyde performances and be more consistent if they want to make it to the Asean Basketball League (ABL) play-offs.
Too often in games this   (585 words)
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Article Will Nato survive Trump?
By: JONATHAN EYAL,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (OPINION)  09/07/2018
Global Affairs

The alliance is in clear and present danger as the summit in Brussels this week could see the US President aim his 'America First' wrecking ball at yet another international institution.

Jonathan Eyal
Europe Correspondent

LONDON   Nato summits are fairly   (1668 words)
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Article SLINGERS SURVIVE ANOTHER WOBBLE
By: DAVID LEE,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (SPORT)  23/12/2019
Neo said: "We have a good mix of imports and local players who are experienced in the league, which is an advantage for us. It is also good we go into the new year with a win, and we thank the fans for getting us over the line."   (707 words)
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