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Workers would rather streak naked than give up coffee

Other employees’ love for coffee is so deep that they would readily relinquish Wi-Fi, desserts, and vacation days for it.

HRM Asia - 30 Sep 2016

Over an entire career, the average employee will also drink 24,000 cups of tea and make 159,000 phone calls, revealed a survey on British workers’ office habits.

HRM Asia - 30 Sep 2016

HR folks, would you ask your job candidates what kind of animal would they be?

HRM Asia - 29 Sep 2016

He stressed that the Government should monitor the country’s unemployment rate to ensure it does not become structural.

HRM Asia - 29 Sep 2016

The US oil and gas magnate was famous for his blistering office memos to employees.

HRM Asia - 29 Sep 2016

Singapore’s HR community has just over three days left to nominate the best and brightest among it for the HRM Awards 2017.

HRM Asia - 28 Sep 2016

A whopping 85% of Singaporean jobseekers claimed that online comments from ex-staff influence their decision to apply for a position or to seek employment with a particular firm, a new survey has showed.

HRM Asia - 28 Sep 2016

Singapore advocacy group Silver Ribbon wants employers to at least make it voluntary for job applicants to declare a record of mental illness.

HRM Asia - 28 Sep 2016

Affected workers would then be able to get timely help from unions and government agencies to find other jobs, said the Minister of State for Manpower.

HRM Asia - 28 Sep 2016

Kenneth Loo, president of the Singapore Contractors Association Limited (SCAL), tells HRM Asia that such penalties will have a knock-on effect that will spiral contractors already affected by the accidents into further difficulties.

HRM Asia - 27 Sep 2016

The chief reason for this is the lack of awareness among workers on the hazards associated with the types of work they do, the Managing Director of a safety service provider told HRM Asia.

HRM Asia - 27 Sep 2016

Two employees who were fired following a fatal track accident have been receiving assistance from the National Transport Workers’ Union (NTWU) in appealing their dismissal.

Fiona Lam - 27 Sep 2016

To reduce ethical failures, organisations also need to pay attention to their compensation practices and leadership, experts said at an industry luncheon event.

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