As Singapore grieves the loss of its founding father, Lee Kuan Yew, HRD looks at what attributes made him such a brilliant leader, and what leaders in the business world might replicate from his extraordinary life.
Catering company acknowledges the problem of poor nutrition in foreign workers’ catered meals
McDonald’s Singapore's HR head talks to HRD about the elation she feels talking to employees at her restaurants and how much she hates paperwork.
With one quarter of Singapore companies experiencing economic crime, and the recent case of one employee forging cheques worth $250,000, an employment crime specialist looks at steps you can take to prevent embezzlement.
Companies in Singapore are failing to utilise the one obvious human resource that could push their return on equity and return on assets up by at least 2.4%, according to one study.
SMRT's COO escapes a dismissal but has been severely disciplined for a personal offence - was it the right decision?
Following a rise in cases, the ministry was asked if it will update existing standards on managing workplace harassment
As the workplace transforms, employees have a whole new set of expectations from their managers and HR departments