Baseless accusations and a breach in “its duty to care” for their former employee were among the reasons behind the ruling
In a controversial new policy, the Korean government is winding back tax benefits for automation equipment
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Terminated after refusing to take a flu shot, an HR hiring consultant has filed a law suit against her former employer
Showing the value of HR psychometrics to your fellow executives can be done provided you simplify the results, says one organisational psychology expert
A third round of job cuts has occurred “across the board” in the bank’s latest restructuring efforts
When looking at employment predictions for firms in Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan and Australia, which country exhibits the most positive trends?
One town council has proposed a controversial health initiative that financially penalises staff who do not quit smoking
HR departments across Singapore are competing for a small number of data analyst candidates
Workers in Singapore are less satisfied than their international counterparts – what’s causing this trend?
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