A company in Singapore has been penalised for lapses in safety procedures that led to an employee’s electrocution
The review of Employment Act has prompted several suggestions from Singapore’s labour movement
HSBC Holdings Plc, Europe's biggest bank, said it's among financial institutions being investigated by the US Securities and Exchange Commission in relation to their hiring practices in the Asia-Pacific
The bank embroiled in the controversial 1Malaysia Development Berhad case has been sued for allegedly failing to pay headhunting fees after recruiting 23 staff
Will a firm run more effectively with its global heads in a central location or fragmented across the globe? HRD talks to a group head of HR who vouches for the less obvious choice
With the rapid advances in technology, how will these new platforms and gadgets enable HR to improve their capabilities over the coming year?
The international electronics firm has announced it will officially recognise same-sex marriage in its employment policies
The Australian government found the company failed to meet legal obligations to its workers during the construction of its new Melbourne branch
Skills required 25 years ago may no longer be relevant for the jobs of tomorrow – what should HR be doing?
Facebook executives offer some advice on designing jobs that are just too good to quit