The Deputy Prime Minister has announced a major recruitment drive aimed at increasing the government’s engineering workforce by 13 per cent
With MOM introducing the Employment Claims Tribunal in the next month or so, what should you know about this new dispute resolution body?
A foreign worker has been convicted for making fraudulent work injury compensation claims after alleging that his little finger was severed on the job
Another company has been found guilty of violating the Workplace Safety and Health Act in the midst of a crackdown by the Ministry of Manpower
The Ministry of Manpower has announced a new offensive to tackle workplace safety violations after a slew of fatal accidents in January
While the Ministry of Manpower urges businesses to continue their transformation efforts, industry experts have said the focus should be on other issues
Glassdoor may cause problems for some employers but one Singapore firm has managed to earn a near-perfect score on the site
The oldest of this new generation have just entered the workforce – are you prepared to deal with them?
Flatter corporate structures and a more competitive labour market mean organisations are finding it hard to fill leadership roles