Majority of employees use social media at work, and taking a mental break is the most common reason.
Lawrence Tan, HR Director, Public Utilities Board Singapore, argues why it is imperative for HR departments to get to grips with their organisation's business objectives.
Taiwan's largest carrier gave in to most of Taoyuan Flight Attendants Union's demands.
Diploma graduates get more work-study opportunities to deepen skills.
Two C-suite professionals from Millennium Hotels and Resorts and Rice Communications respectively share their views with HRM Asia.
Pointless bullet points and underlines are some of the things he puts down in his notepad.
Most employees would like to have a canine friend at the workplace, a new survey has found.
Walking meetings were found to be easy to implement and “well accepted” by workers with sedentary jobs.
Some employees say overtime is productive, and companies are becoming more flexible to lessen the impact of long hours.
Faced with an increase in workplace deaths, the Singapore government is adding formal benefits for workers trained in keeping construction sites safe.
Rather, they seem to fancy a more traditional work environment.
This announcement comes after the Singapore office laid off 22 employees in March.