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Pokemon Go-playing employees fired by Malaysian firms

Over half of the businesses polled in a survey said they want game developer Niantic Labs to remove PokéStops and Gyms near their offices.

HRM Asia - 26 Sep 2016

One job applicant who stated that he was employed at a prison actually turned out to be an inmate during that period.

HRM Asia - 23 Sep 2016

Tasked with helping students destress, two-year-old Professor Beauregard Tirebiter is the newest full-time employee at the University of Southern California.

HRM Asia - 23 Sep 2016

Workers appear to be settling for convenient options over healthy meals, a survey has revealed.

HRM Asia - 23 Sep 2016

Hearing less-than flattering comments about co-workers and office politics such as secrecy and favouritism have been identified as key factors.

HRM Asia - 22 Sep 2016

Following a spate of resignations, Singapore’s fourth bus operator also scaled back on its multiple route policy.

Sham Majid - 22 Sep 2016

Over one in four younger workers are feeling stressed out due to the intense political debates at the workplace, research has revealed.

HRM Asia - 22 Sep 2016

Traditional training programmes fail to deliver visionary and collaborative leaders, new research has shown.

HRM Asia - 21 Sep 2016

Hit by an unexpected spate of resignations, Go-Ahead is loaning bus captains from SBS Transit and SMRT.

HRM Asia - 21 Sep 2016

Some of the exploited workers were paid far below the minimum wage, while others did not receive overtime pay.

HRM Asia - 21 Sep 2016

Meriam Katombo, HR Business Partner, Ericsson Indonesia, shares some insights of her typical working day with HRM Asia.

HRM Asia - 20 Sep 2016

Lack of confidence and exclusion from power circles were key factors inhibiting women in Asia from becoming leaders, a survey found.

HRM Asia - 20 Sep 2016

More than 200 people whipped up tasty concoctions in the Majulah Belanja event.

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