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
In an increasingly competitive job market, applicants are padding their resumes to gain an extra edge. How can HR spot these discrepancies before it’s too late?
Could it be that you hire people who remind you of yourself? A new study says you do
Following the lead of other global firms, Twitter is now offering to cover the costs of shipping breast milk for its female employees
With the imminent arrival of the Singaporean General Elections, both the PAP and Opposition have shown no matter who makes up parliament that stricter foreign labour policies are here to stay
While equity compensation arrangements are commonly offered to senior leadership positions, what challenges does their implementation present to HR?
One study claims that HR professionals are a threat to their own companies due to a ‘latency for mistakes’
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