The Ministry of Manpower in Singapore is reviewing the Employment Act and inviting public feedback
Duterte is preparing to sign an executive order that prohibits labour-only contracting in the Philippines
The international tech firm has undertaken a number of measures while re-evaluating its global recruitment efforts, sources have said
The NTUC has announced it will expand its services to professionals, managers and executives in a move which SHRI’s president has praised
Forgetting what you know and embracing a new mindset can push your business towards success, says one internationally renowned business professor
Over the coming years, how will HR change amidst a whirlwind of new technology and business strategies? We talk to one global HR expert to find out.
One employment lawyer explains who can sign employment contracts and whether there needs to be a witness in attendance
Both MOM and SNEF have urged HR practitioners to step up to current business challenges in areas such as productivity, technology and staffing
A survey has revealed the top business challenges in Singapore
Skills required 25 years ago may no longer be relevant for the jobs of tomorrow – what should HR be doing?
Deferred prosecution agreements may soon be introduced in Singapore courts for certain corporate offences