By 2030, Singapore employers can expect to pay an extra $30k per year per worker
Their fine amounts to $153k, says the Ministry of Manpower
Despite having staff retention policies in place, employers fear almost 21,000 workers will quit in 2018
Despite ongoing buzz in HR about data analytics, a new study finds that CEOs remain uninterested in the tech
The Singapore companies were given stop-work orders as well as fines amounting to $91,000
A labour MP in Singapore reminds HR leaders not to shortchange staff by inflating their titles to manager or executive
HRD finds out which HR roles are especially in demand this year and how much employers are willing to pay to hire them
Resume fraud is a growing problem for employers – can technology help HR departments detect false information?
As VW attempts to recover from its infamous emissions scandal, the CEO of its Audi division has been detained
The court was told that the Singapore employer assaulted her multiple times and gave her "salary for the day"
For many who aren't acclimatized to change management, a merger signals turbulence
They are less likely to endorse their organisations as good employers - can HR help flip their frowns?
AIA Singapore makes history by including humanoid robots at its customer service centres