After 35 years on the run, a former Singapore union leader has handed himself in. HRD Singapore looks at what led to his downfall.
Two more people have died in South Korea from MERS, while Singapore companies with Thailand outfits on high alert following the first confirmed case of infection there.
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.
There is one area in which Singapore workers still need a lot of work, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says.
Changing Singapore employers’ mindsets around university qualifications has proved to be “a real challenge”, according to the new Minster of Manpower.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is pushing for fewer Singaporeans to study at university.
Employers still prefer Singaporeans or permanent residents, firm’s research says
Half of the multinational corporations across the Asia Pacific are looking ‘space efficiency programs’ over the next year
There’s still more work to be done to prevent accidents, says minister