Employment law inspections on Singapore employers increased ten-fold since the introduction of a scheme – which has been commended by the United Nations – but HR directors need not fear.
Singapore HR directors should revise their annual wage budgets after the Government opted to implement recommendations by the National Wages Council from July.
Tan Chuan-Jin reflects on four key aspects of his time MOM, with today marking the end of an era.
Lim Swee Say will take the helm of the Manpower Ministry after a long stint as a unionist.
As Singapore continues to grieve following the passing of Lee Kuan Yew, tributes have poured in from both sides of the employee/employer divide.
A leading global law firm issued a warning to HR departments to get their KETs in order well before the 2016 deadline – so what exactly do you need to put in writing?
The tech giant has taken its former HR and diversity chief to court for allegedly breaching a non-compete agreement
Economists are predicting that the Singapore government will offer employers more tools to enhance labour productivity
Gaining experience outside of the function can give HR a significant edge, says one senior figure