A teacher in Indonesia receives six months jail time and a hefty fine for reporting a case of sexual harassment
Asia expects automation to result in a greater loss of jobs than the creation of new roles by 2030
Male workers bullied in the workplace are more inclined to leave the labour market altogether, according to a study
Given a sluggish economy, can Singaporean employees look forward to a salary increase in the new year?
With the Ministry of Manpower making retrenchment notifications mandatory, should the same be imposed on retrenchment benefits?
Employees returning from an international assignment can suffer reverse culture shock. Here’s what companies can do about it
Despite a slowing economy, workers in Singapore remain optimistic about their year-end bonus and salary raises, according to a new survey
A new report warns of a possible brain drain threat in the country as more educated citizens say they would rather work elsewhere
Several top executives have been charged or convicted for their sexist recruitment practices
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