While a majority of Singaporeans say multinational corporations provide more security, some tell HRM Asia start-ups provide a more comprehensive learning ground.
The Republic’s engagement score dropped sharply by four points to 59%.
The accused company did not pay five of its workers from March 2016 to May 2016, which amounted to S$30,000.
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Creating a sustainable and healthy workforce is a key focus for any HR team. Alexander Yap, Global Rewards Director for UTAC, says a comprehensive benefits programme remains a vital investment for employers of all sizes.
One key theme of HR Summit and Expo 2017 will be the rise of the startup mindset in even large, established organisations
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The global software services company is facing stumbling blocks in growth in an information technology climate this is rapidly moving towards new digital services.
Fifty two percent of businesses in the Republic handed out salary increments of between three and six per cent during the last review period.
Without big budgets to hire the right skills, how can Singapore small and medium enterprises (SMEs) even tap on the Singapore Government's SME working capital loan to innovate their operations?
Two baristas in the US presented the vice president of global benefits with a petition containing 80,000 signatures demanding for the same paid parental leave entitlement as their non-store colleagues.
Although this is only Singapore's second showing on the Global Startup Ecosystem Ranking, it jumped from 20th in 2015 to first on this year's talent index.