A leading CEO explains how HR can tell if they’re surrounded by yes-men
Josephine Teo has spoken out about the national economic benefits that come from positive corporate cultures
A change in leadership at the WSH Council will occur in the near future. As one chairman steps down and another takes his place, what does this mean for HR?
The newest labour report from the Ministry of Manpower paints a bleak picture for professionals, managers and executives with regards to employment and redundancies
If your organisation is about to be merged or acquired by another, how can you manage this process to ensure the best for your staff and firm?
What is it like to handle layoff after layoff in an unpromising economic environment? We asked the vice president of HR at one of the world’s largest mining firms to find out.
We went to the Singapore HR community and asked the ultimate question... Just how far we have really come?
So your organisation is about to purchase another business: what responsibilities do you have as HR to ensure everything goes by smoothly?
A High Court ruling suggests an in-principle approval letter could count as a wage offer, in the absence of an employment agreement
One leadership expert says there’s a key competency which is sadly lacking in many modern workplaces
Too many people are turning to caffeine and sugar when all they really need is a chance to recharge