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
An internal HR investigation conducted by Singapore Power into a group of former employees has resulted in corruption charges and ‘dishonour’ accusations
The self-made billionaire has announced plans that could signal a shift in attitudes when it comes to parental time off.
Civil servants have had their year-end bonus amount revealed by the Public Service Division, with unions signing off on cuts due to slowing GDP results.
A global survey of CHROs from some of the world’s largest corporations has revealed the ideal skillset for the CHRO of the future.
If one of your employees turns out to be a whistleblower, what should you do? HRD asked one legal expert to find out
The chief executive of one of the world’s largest automotive and aerospace firms has announced a slew of senior job cuts to streamline the company’s management
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