Baseless accusations and a breach in “its duty to care” for their former agent were among the reasons behind the ruling
In a controversial new policy, the Korean government is winding back tax benefits for automation equipment
Fewer workers are dying on Singapore construction sites but companies are being urged to stay vigilant around the health and safety of their staff.
One US government agency is adopting a controversial new way to enforce employment law.
Following the PM’s comments that it’s "just a matter of time" until MERS reaches Singapore, some local businesses are already bracing for its effects, with stocks already tipped to fall in the aviation and hospitality sectors.
The path is being paved for more Singaporean women to become top business leaders, with one new non-profit aiming to increase the number of female-led organisations to 20% by 2020.
New technology roll-outs can lead to difficult change management processes. Here’s how your organisation can be ready for the ‘Go Live’ date.
A ‘tools down’ protest will only backfire for Malaysia Airlines (MAS) employees, one academic says
HR departments across Singapore are competing for a small number of data analyst candidates
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