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Qualifying salary for EP applications set to rise

From January 1 2017, the salary will be increased from S$3,300 to S$3,600.

HRM Asia - 26 Jul 2016

A startling 75% of employed mothers polled in a survey are spending less than 10 hours with their kids during a typical workweek.

HRM Asia - 26 Jul 2016

Morgan McKinley finds there were 36% fewer professionals scouring Asia-Pacific’s job markets in the last quarter.

HRM Asia - 26 Jul 2016

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

 

HRM Asia - 25 Jul 2016

Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten, CEO of technology site The Next Web, took the opportunity to turn the game into a health initiative.

HRM Asia - 25 Jul 2016

Mohamed Sa’ad Mohamed Ali is alleged to have tricked multiple employees at the Public Utilities Board (PUB) into believing he had honestly obtained quotations from the market.

HRM Asia - 25 Jul 2016

The executive director of Singapore company Yen's Studio took salary kickbacks from nine foreign employees, according to the Ministry of Manpower. 

HRM Asia - 22 Jul 2016

The patriotic Chinese company is encouraging employees to use made-in-China phones. 

HRM Asia - 22 Jul 2016

The employee taught her colleague a lesson with a tongue-in-cheek prank, by swapping coffee creamer with breast milk.

HRM Asia - 22 Jul 2016

A well-groomed but unattractive candidate can command as much salary as someone with natural good looks, a new study has found. 

HRM Asia - 21 Jul 2016

Fewer workers also felt that WSQ courses helped them get a promotion or pay raise.

HRM Asia - 21 Jul 2016

HR has to take on a more strategic, brand and candidate-focused approach to talent acquisition, according to a new study.

HRM Asia - 21 Jul 2016

Sapna Saxena, Head of Country HR, Asia-Pacific, Telstra International, sits down with HRM Asia for a quick chat on her professional and personal life.

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