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.
Edward Hickey presents a best practice guide to ensure your employment screening methods are up to scratch.
HR leaders agree that employee development should be an organisational priority. But do they practice what they preach? Here are three tips to ensure your L&D plans have real business impact.
Long-term incentive plans (LTIP) are a key component of senior executive compensation in Singapore, yet Kevin Ong suggests it's time to get more creative with what's on offer.
Great leaders, such as Lee Kuan Yew, have a vision that is not shared by everyone, writes Professor Sattar Bawany.
Employers today are looking less at work experience and more at cultural fit and personality when taking on job applicants. Joakim Ström outlines why fit matters more today, and will matter even more so tomorrow.
APAC has a unique opportunity to shape the workforce of tomorrow thanks to technology such as cloud computing, one VPHR says.
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