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Microsoft set to slash up to 1,850 jobs

The tech conglomerate said it aims to streamline its smartphone hardware unit.

HRM Asia - 26 May 2016

Ewan Clark, Global Head of Leadership Effectiveness & Organisation Development, ‎Standard Chartered Bank, shares some useful ways on how leaders can lead with a purpose.

HRM Asia - 26 May 2016

HRM Asia takes a look at some of the latest HR appointments across the Asia-Pacific region.

 

HRM Asia - 25 May 2016

Some of the latest revisions include a longer retrenchment notice period and the eligibility of retrenchment benefits.

HRM Asia - 25 May 2016

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”.

HRM Asia - 25 May 2016

Marissa Mayer received the hefty pay package in spite of the organisation’s performance which did not meet annual financial goals.

HRM Asia - 24 May 2016

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.

HRM Asia - 24 May 2016

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.”

HRM Asia - 24 May 2016

Vikram Cardozo, Senior HR Director, GE Asean (MY), highlighted how the organisation has employed an app-based feedback platform to communicate with employees.

HRM Asia - 24 May 2016

There is a gap between the needs of Singaporean talents and employer offerings, says a new survey.

HRM Asia - 23 May 2016

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.

HRM Asia - 23 May 2016

Rosiah Ismail, Head of HR at Jamiyah Singapore, highlights three pertinent tips for HR professionals in SMEs to design an effective performance management system.

HRM Asia - 23 May 2016

The pair, who are owners of a Hindi music pub, were found to be guilty of harbouring and exploiting seven Bangladeshi women.

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