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
A foreign worker has been convicted for making fraudulent work injury compensation claims after alleging that his little finger was severed on the job
Japan’s largest web-based retailer has reduced its staff numbers over Chinese New Year, giving workers a mere few hours’ notice to leave
The global coffee chain has come under fire for mistakenly accusing one of its dyslexic staff members of falsifying documents
With HR on the brink of some major historical changes, is there a clear vision for the future or are HR professionals still trying to find the right path?
With thousands of jobs being slashed from banks around the world, Singapore’s big banking trio has a more positive recruitment outlook
Airbnb has decided to do away with its HR function, replacing it with a new group focused entirely on ‘employee experience’
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