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 owner of a high-profile football club has drawn a controversial but undeniably accurate comparison between the two
Singapore’s ever-changing economy can sometimes be a hostile environment for HRDs – we asked the experts if the industry can survive
Proposed changes to CPF contributions will be implemented in a few months. How will this affect your financial staff obligations?
News of 2,900 job cuts sparked employee riots but the company has backtracked, claiming fewer than 1,000 might have to go
HRD talks with two of Singapore’s top banks about one special employee policy which has helped turn their companies into highly attractive places to work
The owner of a business has invoked mixed reactions online after forcing staff to send a percentage of their wages to their parents
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