Japan’s largest web-based retailer has reduced its staff numbers over Chinese New Year, giving workers a mere few hours’ notice to leave
A former NTUC chairman has received his sentence after pleading guilty to 12 charges. This signals the final stages of a decades-long case where the defendant was on the run overseas
Harassment can infect and damage any work environment regardless of its form. What should HR do to prevent and combat this serious issue?
MOM has announced it will extend the special wage offset to continue supporting employers that hire workers aged 65 and above
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.
With smoke from Indonesian fires continuing unabated, here’s what some Singaporean firms are doing to protect their workers from the high levels of pollution
The new rail system will be adding to the workload of HR professionals in both nations – here’s why
The sector is changing in many big ways
New online platform aims to stop employees misusing medical certificates to get a day off