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24 Aug 2016

Other contributing causes included poor planning and the failure to carry out thorough risk assessment.

24 Aug 2016

This new SkillsFuture programme aims to meet the strong demand in the energy and chemicals sector for process technicians who play a key role in the plant operations.

24 Aug 2016

The Department of Health wants the government to stop granting visas to foreign-trained doctors, as locally trained graduates may struggle to find jobs.

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Speaking at the sidelines of HR Summit 2016, Andrew Bujtor, Managing Director at Tower Transit Singapore, explains how Singapore’s latest bus industry player is aiming to recruit and retain...

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Corporate travel made easy
If you’ve ever had to collect and submit taxi receipts, or check and compile these submissions from employees, you’ll know there has to be a better way. Grab for Work, a free service by Grab, promises to simplify business transportation for both staff doing business, and the HR and finance teams administrating those costs and reimbursements.
Customisation is the name of the game
T.J. Spencer, vice president, sales, and managing director of Asia Pacific, Oakwood Worldwide, shares some of the key relocation and mobility trends impacting organisations globally.
Three major corporate travel trends in Asia Pacific
As we move into Q2 2016, Asia Pacific’s economic outlook will continue to dominate global growth. Despite some uneven economic growth across the region, business travel in Asia Pacific is projected to grow at a rate of 7.7% through 2019 with spend at USD $459 billion in 2014.

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