Gloria Chin, HR Director, National Environment Agency, shares with HRM Asia how her team fosters resilience within its organisation.
Employees on a constant lookout for greener pastures tend to view their present jobs as temporary, a new research paper has found.
Singapore Prime Minister (PM) Lee Hsien Loong elaborated on the need to embrace disruption, forge new capabilities and focus on skills upgrading.
An American Idol-style event in Singapore saw four out of 13 hopefuls get a foot in the door at Uber, Spotify, Netflix and Chope.
Yvonne Teng, HR Business Partner, Ericsson, Southeast Asia and Oceania, sits down with HRM Asia for a quick chat on her professional and personal life.
This is just one of the many extraordinary instances of "helicopter parents" involving themselves in their children's interviews as revealed in a new study.
One job seeker kissed the hiring manager while another came dressed in a Halloween costume.
British men are wearing Crocs, tank tops, and sandals with socks to the workplace, much to the horror of their colleagues.
Should the brightest employees from Singapore be sent overseas to train and learn with the best there is?
Singapore's Ministry of Manpower said the worker was helping to lift steel bars out of the vessel's cargo hold when the accident happened.
Businesses will get more help to foster innovation when the government gives the Technology Adoption Programme a boost.
Now known as Workforce Singapore, it will help workers adapt and ensure businesses better manage HR, the Manpower Minister said in Parliament.