Employer knew the risks but failed to provide workers with control measures and a safety guide
Review of Employment Act prompts several suggestions from Singapore’s labour movement
Despite headlines predicting the demise of the human worker, one industry expert says that the rise of the machine is not to be feared
The MOM has called on HR professionals to join the workplace health and safety ‘journey without end’ or risk adding to a rising tally of workplace fatalities.
For any L&D program, how can HR ensure the outcomes are truly favourable? One industry expert explains the four levels for proper evaluation
A leader in sports brand Adidas Group’s global HR team outlines the company’s newly established, five-year HR plan.
A group of former employees have filed complaints with the EEOC, alleging “national origin discrimination.”
Supervisors who fake their emotions are statistically more likely to be abusive to their subordinates, according to one study.
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
Duterte is preparing to sign an executive order that prohibits labour-only contracting in the Philippines