Despite a continuing rise in demand, recruiters have been struggling to source for talent for the last two years
$75billion is lost in productivity and poor performance because of grief
Embattled tech CEO Evan Spiegel has confirmed the company hired a scantily clad woman dressed as a deer to serve food to staff
Should obesity should be classed as a “protected characteristic”, allowing staff to sue “fat shaming bosses”?
Manpower Minister Josephine Teo announces a new initiative to analyse and support the needs of older workers
Starbucks closed 8,000 US stores as a first step to train employees on racial tolerance
She also faces a $150K fine for the offence, says the Ministry of Manpower
A third member in the family-owned business is questioned by police over mistreatment of employees
For many who aren't acclimatized to change management, a merger signals turbulence
They are less likely to endorse their organisations as good employers - can HR help flip their frowns?
AIA Singapore makes history by including humanoid robots at its customer service centres