A series of photos from SEO’s training facility in Singapore have revealed the details of how the organisation trains its staff and the conditions they are subjected to at the top of the pecking order.

As part of a new collaboration between the Irish Times and Seo Training, the company released a series of images showing staff working at the facility.

Among the images are staff working in the training centre, where they are instructed on how to apply for jobs at the organisation, how to handle their emotions during training and how to use social media to keep track of their progress.

A photo posted by SEO Training Singapore (@seotrainingsingapore) on Apr 27, 2018 at 5:40pm PDTThe first image shows an employee applying for a job at the company.

He is seated in front of a computer where he is told to answer questions.

He then receives his interview application.

A new recruit then walks through the training facility, where he meets with a supervisor and an executive in front and behind the screens.

A second image shows another employee preparing for a day at the training site.

In front of him is a wall with a table and chairs and a monitor showing him what he has to do in order to succeed in the job.

The executive is sitting at a desk, and a new recruit is sitting in front with his backpack and laptop.

He is also instructed on the best way to respond to the interviewer and the best methods to get his job done.

The third image shows the staff preparing for the next day.

He also has a laptop and is shown a variety of different tasks.

Another image shows a member of staff wearing a mask while working on a computer.

A video shows him being given an assignment to complete.

A fourth image shows staff preparing to start work.

The screen shows a countdown to the start of the shift and the time when the shift starts.

A fifth and final image shows members of staff waiting in line for their shifts to start.

A second photo shows an individual who has been assigned a shift to complete a task, and the final image is of the new recruit working on the computer while awaiting a shift.

The Seo training organisation is a public company.

It operates under the umbrella of the Seo Education Foundation, which has a stated mission of “building a sustainable future for the nation”.

A spokesperson for Seo told The Irish Star: “We are thrilled to be working with the Irish Examiner to bring the Seos experience to the digital age, and it’s great to see how many people around the world have access to the knowledge, experience and resources we provide.”

The Irish Times contacted Seo for comment and will update the story when we receive a response.