The paid 'learning leave' will allow staff to attend L&D courses
The outstanding employee's story has gone viral online, with the CEO saying that he has "truly raised the bar"
Some workers are being rather cheeky with their claims
Over half are expected to leave their jobs within a year - is HR doing enough to retain employees?
They were allegedly told to put paper bags over their heads
An industry expert shares how Singapore employers can develop a long-term engagement strategy
I have seen a company forcing their employee to give written consent for deducting their salary. In order to get/keep the job, many foreign workers were forced to sign or give their consent on the paper. I don't believe written consent is gonna work fairly.
Interesting article - unconscious bias is a key aspect of diversity that we often overlook
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 still seems to have an issue with hiring workers over 45 years old
Gillian Davie, chief people officer, NetComm Wireless, talks to HRD about the importance of data
In a disturbing international trend, HR professionals are increasingly being sued in a personal capacity for their actions at work - could this happen in Singapore?