The ride-hailing giant continues to make headlines for all the wrong reasons despite having a zero-tolerance policy
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HRD speaks with Gardens by the Bay’s HR head to find out how to attain the ‘holy grail’ of an HR career
Italian fashion label Etro is being sued for allegedly discriminating against staff based on looks, gender, race and age
HRD speaks with a global HR leader to get tips on building relationships with far-flung employees
Singapore’s manpower minister reminds employers that workplace safety is not a ‘nice to have’ but a ‘must have’
It's been compared to a 'public flogging'
Employers would reject women with children when recruiting, even if they prove to be qualified for the role
The foreign banker had drawn flak for posting a controversial image of the Singapore flag
Two Singaporeans are on trial for a “massive”, “cruel fraud” that affected hundreds of jobseekers
The US online retailer has stood by this principle for 20 years
Whilst the list of things that can go wrong is long and varied, these disasters take the biscuit
Several top executives have been charged or convicted for their sexist recruitment practices