Anuradha Purbey, Director HR - Singapore, Aviva, tells HRM Asia it is impossible for her organisation to “catch” employees playing the augmented reality game.
Employees also find culture shock and language barriers most challenging when they are assigned abroad.
Under the new dress code, employees are encouraged to make bold statements through coloured clothing and even coloured hair.
The manufacturing giant joins other firms that are revamping their performance evaluation systems.
From January 1 2017, the salary will be increased from S$3,300 to S$3,600.
A startling 75% of employed mothers polled in a survey are spending less than 10 hours with their kids during a typical workweek.
Morgan McKinley finds there were 36% fewer professionals scouring Asia-Pacific’s job markets in the last quarter.
What are some of the latest HR appointments across the Asia-Pacific region? HRM Asia takes a look.
Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten, CEO of technology site The Next Web, took the opportunity to turn the game into a health initiative.
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.
The executive director of Singapore company Yen's Studio took salary kickbacks from nine foreign employees, according to the Ministry of Manpower.
The employee taught her colleague a lesson with a tongue-in-cheek prank, by swapping coffee creamer with breast milk.