TODAY Goes Live: What are young, restless workers chasing after?
Younger workers have been dubbed “the restless generation” as employers find it increasingly hard to retain this group by meeting their expectations. The attitudes of millennial and Gen Z workers have emerged as an employer’s bugbear in recent years, with words such as “entitled”, “picky” and “watch-the-clock” being bandied around to describe the younger generations' approach to work. Youths, on the other hand, reject such characterisations. So what is it that drives youths at work and what are they looking for at the workplace? Panelists: Elizabeth Neo (Moderator), Daryl Choo (TODAY), Tjin Lee (Mercury Marketing & Events), Adrian Choo (Career Agility International) and Jeannie Poon (Teahee SG)
Shock and paw: SPCA uses 'experiential tools' to educate youth, deter rising animal abuse
For the second year running, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) has used somewhat unconventional methods to educate young people about respecting animals. During an event on Saturday (May 27) it offered experiential learning elements like shock collars, dog cages, and virtual reality simulations to let participants experience abuse from an animal's perspective. Video: Leonard Leong, Mak Jia Kee/TODAY