The struggle companies are facing in hiring mid-level and semi-skilled staff in the local market has been acknowledged with a new measure in the Budget.
Singapore will continue to hold working single mothers to ransom, with no plans to bring their maternity benefits into line with married women
The National Jobs Bank started the year flush with job listings, but the Workforce Development Agency is not revealing figures on successful job matches
Singapore’s HR leaders will be able to gauge the impact of hongbao giving on staff morale, with two brands diverging drastically in their approaches.
The implications of a new bill passed last month must not be overlooked by companies and HR or they could be left facing hefty fines.
The Ministry of Manpower has moved to defend the number of public holidays it allows workers, saying it is far from low when compared with other countries
HR directors will continue to face more challenging immigration legal hurdles when it comes to flying in overseas employees
Employers still prefer Singaporeans or permanent residents, firm’s research says
Half of the multinational corporations across the Asia Pacific are looking ‘space efficiency programs’ over the next year
There’s still more work to be done to prevent accidents, says minister