The patriotic Chinese company is encouraging employees to use made-in-China phones.
A well-groomed but unattractive candidate can command as much salary as someone with natural good looks, a new study has found.
Fewer workers also felt that WSQ courses helped them get a promotion or pay raise.
HR has to take on a more strategic, brand and candidate-focused approach to talent acquisition, according to a new study.
Sapna Saxena, Head of Country HR, Asia-Pacific, Telstra International, sits down with HRM Asia for a quick chat on her professional and personal life.
Parent company J.V. Fitness attributed the immediate closure of all remaining gyms to inadequate liquidity.
Among the top ten start-ups most appealing to Singaporean employees are a consumer-to-consumer e-marketplace and an online beauty shop.
Two C-suite professionals from ZenithOptimedia and Atlas Sound & Vision respectively share their views with HRM Asia.
Half of the 2,000 HR practitioners surveyed in the UK believe dishonesty at work is normal.
Michelle Phipps, HR Director, Australia, New Zealand, Southeast Asia, and North Asia, Brown-Forman, shares her insights on this topic with HRM Asia.
The 24-year-old New Zealander wants to focus on a two-month tour to capture virtual monsters on his mobile phone.
The American psychologist allegedly submitted another person’s blood test result for his Employment Pass application.