Employees are now more likely to air their ‘dirty linen’ in public and pursue grievance actions if they leave their jobs on bad terms, a key advisor says.
Singapore has been labeled the world’s most expensive city for expats, with the results likely to affect HR teams planning to move staff between cities
Eighty per cent employee engagement, 25% lower attrition, and a 78% belief among employees they are the most valued asset. This is no HR dream.
Manpower is still a concern to business chiefs following the Budget’s delivery last week, with many saying it failed to address acute hiring problems
Smaller and less well-resourced HR teams are unlikely to be able to take advantage of one Budget measure as much as their larger counterparts
HR leaders are said to be looking for new and creative ways to attract and retain their best staff outside of financial incentives this year
As the government's SkillsFuture initiatives emerge, Singapore’s current and future employees are to be armed with unprecedented insights into their own minds, aptitudes and ideal employers and careers.
On 1 April you will have a new box to tick before undertaking retrenchments. Here’s what you need to know.
HR leaders have been urged by Deputy PM Tharman Shanmugaratnam to stop their “unstated discrimination” against older workers looking for jobs.
A ‘dynamic’ union environment will mean unions are highly likely to come ‘knocking on the door’ this year seeking greater numbers and power
HR managers apparently lose 14 hours a week due to lack of automation – could a robot make you more productive?
Just three local firms were ranked in the top ten – did your company make the list?
The MOM minister has identified the ‘key skill’ that he thinks will be crucial for tomorrow’s workers