Three esteemed C-Suite panelists discussed how and why employers should change their hiring policies and expand their stable of talent in this age of the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”.
Marissa Mayer received the hefty pay package in spite of the organisation’s performance which did not meet annual financial goals.
On top of serious breaches of anti-money laundering requirements, the bank had poor management oversight of operations and some of its staff were engaged in gross misconduct.
Bala Subramaniam, Head of HR, South Asia + Pacific, Twitter, shared the organisation’s mantra that “if a person is not making mistakes, we're not pushing the boundaries enough.”
Vikram Cardozo, Senior HR Director, GE Asean (MY), highlighted how the organisation has employed an app-based feedback platform to communicate with employees.
There is a gap between the needs of Singaporean talents and employer offerings, says a new survey.
The bank referred to a report on local news website The Independent which claimed that it was relocating 1,500 jobs from Singapore to a new technology hub in Hyderabad, India.
The pair, who are owners of a Hindi music pub, were found to be guilty of harbouring and exploiting seven Bangladeshi women.
Rosiah Ismail, Head of HR at Jamiyah Singapore, highlights three pertinent tips for HR professionals in SMEs to design an effective performance management system.
The new Council for Skills, Innovation and Productivity (CSIP) will lead the implementation of proposed plans to develop workforce skills and drive Singapore's economy.
An MNC headquartered in Australia has implemented a “pet leave” scheme for 9,000 employees.
Would you hire a candidate based on how fast he or she can assemble IKEA furniture?