As Singapore continues to grieve following the passing of Lee Kuan Yew, tributes have poured in from both sides of the employee/employer divide.
A leading global law firm issued a warning to HR departments to get their KETs in order well before the 2016 deadline – so what exactly do you need to put in writing?
Are you ready for the law changes that could see a rise in unionisation at executive level in your workplace?
An employment law expert is warning the clock's ticking for HR to get up to speed with new workplace bullying obligations
One top coach says some leaders are afraid to be honest with employees who are disengaged and underperforming
Organisations will face heavy fines if they’re found to be firing locals in order to hire foreign staff
A Beijing court has awarded compensation to a pregnant employee who was dismissed