MOM has revealed the most recent labour market and productivity statistics
Thousands of finance roles are set to leave Britain – will Singapore reap the benefits?
While new trends predict more women entering the workforce in the next ten years, some regions will fare better than others in this crucial area
The Minister for Manpower has again called upon companies to become more efficient as growth in the labour market continues to slow down
As more organisations set up their regional headquarters in Singapore, HRD looks at what this means for HR professionals across Asia
An engaged employee is healthy in both body and mind. What changes can 2016 expect in this area and how can HR get on board?
A supervisor has faced court and been sentenced to jail after he was caught lying to four foreign workers about fake work placements
HRD chats with one legal expert about the laws relating to monitoring digital messages in the workplace
The new rail system will be adding to the workload of HR professionals in both nations – here’s why
The sector is changing in many big ways
Should it be the HR director’s responsibility to tackle workplace diversity?