A tripartite workgroup formed by last March addresses the growing challenges of the gig economy
Top HR leaders in the Asia Pacific region will be speaking at this event and there are only a few days left to save on registrations
The labour and employment department is issuing payment guidelines for employers for two public holidays in February
HRD speaks to one of Singapore’s leading CHROs about the importance of tech understanding in today’s world
The rising number of gig workers in Singapore may lead to additional challenges for payroll management
Hollywood film producer was fired by his own company after shocking allegations from former staff
Apart from calling out the findings and saying it is rife, what is being done or can be done?
Organizations - how can they be more open and why should they?
Government - any role for public organisations in this endeavour?
Individuals - when they face it, what can be done?
I am surprised with this article. with so many organization moving shared services organization to Malaysia, you can say that you have a talent crunch for high talented graduate rather than generalizing they can't speak English well. I have been able to hire good english speakers and even Japanese speakers in KL.
With today's rapid advances in technology, what can HR do to utilise these new advancements in the best manner? One HR expert examines this issue to find out more
HR jobs will not be spared from digital disruption and it’s time for HR professionals to get serious about staying relevant and upping their own skills. The IHRP Certification Framework provides the way forward
From talent acquisition to leadership development, Mercuri Urval is utilising its global footprint and deep expertise to help clients improve results through people
As Mercuri Urval celebrates its half century, HRD chats with the chairman of the group board about its rich history and even brighter future