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
The move was meant to send a message to staff after a year marked by setbacks
Female workers cite lack of flexible work arrangements as reason for quitting careers after starting families
"The only way I can think of to differentiate among you is to see who is in the office in the wee hours of the morning"
Most salary-related cases made by employees were concluded within six months and without the need for a full court hearing
Over half of older jobseekers are more likely to take over a year to secure a new position
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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