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China Airlines strike ends

Taiwan's largest carrier gave in to most of Taoyuan Flight Attendants Union's demands. 

HRM Asia - 27 Jun 2016

Diploma graduates get more work-study opportunities to deepen skills.

HRM Asia - 27 Jun 2016

Two C-suite professionals from Millennium Hotels and Resorts and Rice Communications respectively share their views with HRM Asia.

HRM Asia - 24 Jun 2016

Pointless bullet points and underlines are some of the things he puts down in his notepad. 

HRM Asia - 24 Jun 2016

Most employees would like to have a canine friend at the workplace, a new survey has found.

HRM Asia - 24 Jun 2016

Walking meetings were found to be easy to implement and “well accepted” by workers with sedentary jobs.

HRM Asia - 23 Jun 2016

Some employees say overtime is productive, and companies are becoming more flexible to lessen the impact of long hours.

HRM Asia - 23 Jun 2016

Faced with an increase in workplace deaths, the Singapore government is adding formal benefits for workers trained in keeping construction sites safe.

HRM Asia - 23 Jun 2016

Rather, they seem to fancy a more traditional work environment.

HRM Asia - 22 Jun 2016

This announcement comes after the Singapore office laid off 22 employees in March.

HRM Asia - 22 Jun 2016

A majority of Singapore’s contract workforce also have more than 10 years of relevant experience.

HRM Asia - 22 Jun 2016

Santa Fe Relocation Services urges the mobility function to report more data and be more involved strategically.

HRM Asia - 21 Jun 2016

The former VP of HR at Harry’s falsely declared salaries in work pass applications.

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