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  • Stepping up to the plate by Contributor

    HR jobs will not be spared from digital disruption and it’s time for HR professionals to get serious about staying relevant and upping their own skills. The IHRP Certification Framework provides the way forward

  • The client comes first by Contributor

    From talent acquisition to leadership development, Mercuri Urval is utilising its global footprint and deep expertise to help clients improve results through people

  • Fast-track to the top by HRD

    The pace of change in business has escalated, but has your leadership pipeline kept up? HRD explores one proven way to accelerate high-potentials up the ranks

  • How unconscious bias holds us back by HRD

    Despite the talk, not enough action is being taken to ensure gender diversity in the upper reaches of business. HRD explores how unconscious bias is a contributing factor

  • The dark side of the digital era by HRD

    The significant uptake of digital technology may be integral to Singapore’s quest to become the world’s first ‘smart nation’, but it’s also having a negative impact on our health and wellbeing. Can employers help to improve the situation, and if so, how?

  • Is pay transparency good for business? by Miklos Bolza

    Three HR experts go head to head, discussing their individual perspectives on this difficult yet important issue

  • Confessions of an introvert HR leader by Miklos Bolza

    Despite leadership hurdles, introverts can still navigate the pressures of senior management, says LinkedIn's head of talent

  • Ask a lawyer: Is a mistake in an employment contract binding? by Lucy Hook

    What happens if you make a mistake when drafting an employment contract - such as including an incorrect salary?

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