Businesses rely on manpower to fuel their expansion. In turn, business growth feeds productivity and GDP. Employees are a business’s biggest asset, so it’s crucial that businesses have access to a diverse pool of qualified talent.
On a surface level, it may not seem like an individual’s marital status will impact their job search, but this is not the always the case. Although an employer is not allowed to ask a question about a potential employee's marital status (amongst other personal questions), whether or not they are married could play a big role in finding work simply based the flexibility that they may have over somebody that is married.
Gina Wilson, partner at Clyde & Co, examines why HR should consider the risks their staff pose with regards to the cyber security of the business
Julia Yeo, leader of the employment & immigration team at Clyde & Co Clasis Singapore, analyses a recent high court case which reveals some insights into whether employers can legally hire an entire team
While employee engagement surveys are indeed useful, how often should they be conducted? One expert goes over the ideal survey frequency for your company
A global business advisor offers his expert advice on teaching personal responsibility to today’s young talent
CEO of the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand, Chris Till, explains why engagement without wellbeing can lead to a burned-out workforce
Sophia Zhao, research scientist at the Center for Creative Leadership, outlines the barriers for women's career advancement and provides some tips to both individuals and organisations to improve the situation.
HRD takes a look at the circumstances in which it's okay to ask an employee to resign, and the potential pitfalls to watch out for
A viral letter claiming harassment had catalysed the decision
Employers must ensure the health of their staff isn’t compromised in the post-Christmas era