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Meet the team: Linda Chew


Name: Linda Chew 

Title: Senior Payroll Specialist

Region: Singapore

Time with company: Since June 2012


What do you do at Energy Resourcing?

I’m a senior payroll specialist for Energy Resourcing based in our Singapore office. My responsibilities mainly include payroll and invoicing.

Are you working on any specific projects at the moment?

Currently we’re working on the Reliance KG D6 RUBY FPSO Project, Oyu Tolgoi Project (Mongolia) and with Worley Singapore on various projects.

How did you get into your current career?

I joined Energy Resourcing when the company amalgamated with Cadskills.

What’s the best part of your job?

The satisfaction of meeting deadlines.

What challenges have you had to overcome to get to where you are today?

The biggest challenge is to understand the ever-changing Statutory Compliance and Legislation Issues.

Any words of wisdom you live by?

Focus on being productive instead of busy

What keeps you at Energy Resourcing?

The flexibility that the company allows you to have

What do you like to do outside of work? 

Watch movies and go cycling

If you hadn’t got into your current career… what would you have become?

I’d like to work with animals, so most likely something along those lines.

What was the last book you read

I’m not really a big reader or a fan of books

Film you watched?

Scream (2022)

The last music you listened to? 

Deja vu – Olivia Rodrigo

Working where no two days are the same.

Linda Chew is an experience senior finance specialist with nearly 10 years in her field. Operating to keep up with fast-changing compliance laws, meeting tight deadlines and delivering high quality payroll solutions.

I enjoy that with my role comes huge responsibility as well as the opportunity to work on exciting projects across the world. No two days are the same in Energy Resourcing.

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