This coincides with tighter migrant labour policies in the US
The South Asian nation has significantly boosted the amount of paid time off it offers new mothers
A WhatsApp alert warning of a potential ISIS threat has been branded false by the Singapore Police. How will this affect HR and what should you do?
In the first case of its kind, MOM has prosecuted an employer for failing to pay work injury compensation after one of its employees was injured
The Ministry of Manpower has ordered two firms to cease operations after two workers were fatally injured in consecutive yet separate accidents
A brand new training scheme has been launched by the WDA which aims at helping businesses boost productivity and innovation within the workplace
The government has announced its preliminary employment figures for the third quarter with results still showing a mix of positive and negative trends
A series of explosions has occurred in a Jurong industrial site, killing one worker and injuring several more
Workers in Singapore are less satisfied than their international counterparts – what’s causing this trend?
Baseless accusations and a breach in “its duty to care” for their former agent were among the reasons behind the ruling
The new policy will also prohibit employers from requiring workers in the service industries to stand for long hours