When we first started Glints, we were living and working out of a shophouse (known locally in Indonesia as a “ruko”). Here...
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Leave That Degree At The Door On The Way In
Recently, a friend of mine and one whose views I take a fair bit of interest in, Jeraldine, blogged about the pros and cons of studying at a private university in Singapore. Then, another fellow blogger, Alex Liang, shared his views in response to one of his readers & Jeraldine, sharing that “issuing degrees through external programmes [...]Qin En
Firing is as important as hiring. It is impossible to build a company without letting go of people, as difficult as the decision is. Those who have been in relationships will know that when there are problems, the right action is not give up on the relationship right away, but to communicate openly and work on changes together. However, if [...]Oswald Yeo
DebDialogues with Chrys
Moments after I sat down at my table, a figure shot past me in a blur and then reversed (just as fast) before ending up right in front of me. “I’ll be with you in a minute, let me put down my bags”. That was Chrys. A self-proclaimed Jack Of All Trades, and content marketer for Glints, she basically takes care of anything [...]Deborah
Screw annual reviews. We do One-on-Ones.
Performance management as practiced by most organizations has become a rule-based, bureaucratic process, existing as an end in itself rather than actually shaping performance. Employees hate it. Managers hate it. Even HR departments hate it. — Laszlo Bock, SVP of People Operations at Google Recently at our management retreat, the topic [...]Qin En
Glints 101 – Frequently Asked Questions
We’re privileged to receive many requests for interviews, school project studies and case projects, especially among highly-driven, motivated students in university. From computing students on a quest to study project management in a tech environment to final-year business students completing a Final Year Project, we are humbled to receive [...]Qin En
DebDialogues with PEW
PEW and I have known each other a pretty long time so I was very excited to find out more about her new (not that new) job. She told me that she joined Glints because she found the environment was nice and vibrant environment and felt that it would be a really good learning opportunity. Her love for the vibrant working environment at Glints [...]Deborah
Better Application Status Tracking, Better Applicant Previews, and more!
Hello once again! We have just released Version 5.0 of the Glints Platform! This release brings better application status tracking for our talents, and better previews of job applicants for employers who are deliberating on whether to unlock their job postings. There is also a little something special for students from Ngee Ann Polytechnic [...]Yong Jie Wong
The Glints Experience
Giving An Internship A Shot The approach of Summer – a long, 3 months break – signalled the end of my fourth semester in university. Friends around me had all made their plans for the school break; some of them were taking up internships while others were packing up their passports and luggages to see the world. It was time for [...]Oswald Yeo
Reading List for UI UX Crash Course
UI UX is an iffy concept that many quote but few understand. Recently, I decided to clear my mental fog on these 2 fields, and started a reading binge to get my understanding up to speed. Here is an unordered reading list critical to the crash course. It should minimally equip you with the necessary vocabulary for continued learning. [...]yingcong
DebDialogues with Looi Qin En
I sat down with Qin En, co-founder of Glints for a quick chat the other day. It was laid back yet focused, much like the dude himself. Right away, he started off by telling me about what Glints means to him. I could see his passion through his long and detailed explanation about the developments that Glints has undertaken (so long and detailed [...]Deborah