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Exclusive: How a construction firm is battling Zika

HRM Asia spoke to a Singapore construction company about how it has increased the number of work site inspections for potential mosquito breeding grounds, among other measures. 

HRM Asia - 31 Aug 2016

This is in line with the two percent decrease in overall online recruitment activities across all job sectors. 

HRM Asia - 31 Aug 2016

Over 50% of respondents polled in a survey claimed to have slipped up while making their pitch for the job.

HRM Asia - 30 Aug 2016

All the workers were from a Sims Avenue construction site and the National Environment Agency has issued a Stop Work Order on the site.

HRM Asia - 30 Aug 2016

This group of workers will receive less pay than a 40-hour employee, but are still entitled to the same benefits. 

HRM Asia - 30 Aug 2016

Nine out of 10 Singaporean finance teams rely on interim managers to handle projects and restructure their businesses.

HRM Asia - 29 Aug 2016

Experts urged all employers to support employees in times of illness, following a report about a preschool in Singapore saying it might dismiss a teacher who contracted tuberculosis.

HRM Asia - 29 Aug 2016

It will address hiring and retention issues in Singapore's legal sector.

HRM Asia - 29 Aug 2016

Local politicians applauded the outcome but urged for a Sarawakian to be appointed as HR manager of Petronas' local operations.

HRM Asia - 26 Aug 2016

“Choccy shake! Don’t mind if I diddly-do” are among some of the fast food chain employee's hilarious liners. 

HRM Asia - 26 Aug 2016

The Twitter-verse had a lot of fun recently with the "QuitYourJobin5Words" hashtag. HRM Asia picks out some of the funniest. 

HRM Asia - 26 Aug 2016

Fewer are sporting a scarlet pout because they worry it may be unprofessional, but many also admire those who wear it to work.

HRM Asia - 25 Aug 2016

Factory-converted dormitories must provide Wi-Fi, personal lockers, and feedback channels from the start of next year.

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