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What HR needs to know from PM Lee’s May Day Rally Speech

HRM Asia shares some important insights on three key areas Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong touched on: industries, jobs and the workforce.

HRM Asia - 03 May 2016

The PaCE College at Nanyang Technological University will offer 28 undergraduate-level courses for part-time study commencing from August 2016.

HRM Asia - 03 May 2016

Labour Chief Chan Chun Sing highlighted that learning opportunities and the government’s contribution through initiatives are some ways to help the local workforce.

HRM Asia - 29 Apr 2016

The cash gift will vary according to an employee’s length of service.

HRM Asia - 29 Apr 2016

A Chinese businessman took ten of his salesmen on a dangerous and costly road trip along the world’s most perilous roads.

HRM Asia - 29 Apr 2016

A Canadian Youtuber requested for a sick day at an unidentified firm because the weather was perfect for fishing.

HRM Asia - 28 Apr 2016

In his May Day message, Manpower Minister Lim Swee Say also touched on the three aspects where transformation of the workforce has begun.

HRM Asia - 28 Apr 2016

Pay rises will vary according to sectors, a new report reveals.

HRM Asia - 28 Apr 2016

Exposure to different business areas and gaining fresh perspectives on existing roles are some benefits of job rotation, says a recent survey.

HRM Asia - 27 Apr 2016

The institute provides holistic training for company boards, C-Suite management, technology and operational staff to counter cyber threats.

HRM Asia - 27 Apr 2016

The Republic lags behind Malaysia and China with only 36% of women feeling comfortable doing so, says a new survey.

HRM Asia - 27 Apr 2016

Nadine MacDonald, Senior HR Manager, Microsoft, shares some insights of her typical working day with HRM Asia.

HRM Asia - 26 Apr 2016

US employees would like to hear about what’s going on in their organisation through their leaders’ social media accounts.

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