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
With the opening of parliament today, HRD asks what will be the most contentious labour developments for the government this coming year?
In the wake of the deadly bomb blasts in Jakarta yesterday, Singapore businesses with branches in the area brought in increased safety measures for their staff
The Finance Minister has spoken on tailored job offerings, stressing the need for better business adaptability for future economic survival
After a tragic accident in which one of its workers drowned, an engineering firm has pleaded guilty to breaching the Workplace Safety and Health Act
One of the world’s largest oil and gas companies has said it will drastically reduce headcount in a cost-cutting global restructuring initiative
Overly helpful HR professionals may be disempowering staff – that’s the claim one top coach made to HRD
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