One visitor fell backward taking everyone else down with her, while another punched an actor playing a “zombie doctor” in a sensitive body part.
A survey also revealed that over half of the managers polled have never whipped up a cup of tea or coffee for their staff.
This figure dropped from the previous quarter (4,800), although this number was steeper than what was recorded a year ago (3,460).
Male Malaysian employees who viewed workplace gender equality positively were key to the country being ranked first in Asia in Randstad's Q3 Workmonitor.
HR folks, can you resonate with these major issues listed in a new report?
In Singapore, fintech growth is the main driver behind the growth in number of jobs available in Q3.
Singaporean and Malaysian companies run by leaders who frequently speak in first person singular pronouns like “me”, “myself” and “I” are posting weaker results, a new study found.
The Global Gender Gap Report 2016 by the World Economic Forum (WEF) cited that the Republic “shows a wide gender gap in estimated earned income.”
Over half of senior HR professionals polled in a survey said their organisation had no plan in place to deter poachers.
Kelvin Lim, Founder, Executive Coach International, shares with HRM Asia that a coaching culture is very different from possessing only a learning culture.
Speaking in front of 700 students at the Singapore Institute of Technology, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong emphasised the importance of SkillsFuture.