The paid 'learning leave' will allow staff to attend L&D courses
The outstanding employee's story has gone viral online, with the CEO saying that he has "truly raised the bar"
One of Singapore’s leading economists expects the government to abandon its proposed increase to foreign worker levies for this year’s budget
Rapid advances in technology and the introduction of robotics will lead to some dramatic changes in the workforce. What will HR have to look forward to?
Female employees at the social community group will be able to take time off during their monthly period if they’re in pain
HRD looks at how firms with an international workforce will benefit from a set of globally recognised HR standards to run their business operations
A new study has revealed why improper compensation practices might be sinking your company. What can HR do to challenge this poor pay perception amongst staff?
The Workforce Development Agency has announced a series of classes, workshops and conferences to boost the skills of workers in the manufacturing sector
As the workplace transforms, employees have a whole new set of expectations from their managers and HR departments
SMRT's COO escapes a dismissal but has been severely disciplined for a personal offence - was it the right decision?
Over half are expected to leave their jobs within a year - is HR doing enough to retain employees?