Saturday, June 23, 2018

Dr M expects to be sworn in as PM by 5pm...

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad announced at a press conference today that he expects to be sworn in as prime minister by the Yang Di...

Singapore Ministry of Manpower to Focus on Retraining and Redeploying of...

Singapore’s incoming Minister of Manpower, Josephine Teo said the ministry’s key focus year would be to introduce more programmes to retrain and redeploy workers...

HR Departments Under Pressure to Implement Technology

The advancement of technology means there are more tools available to Human Resources professionals than ever before, putting pressure on Talent Acquisition teams to...

One in Three Young Malaysians Affected by ‘Quarter-Life Crisis’

Young Malaysians are facing increasing pressure to succeed personally and professionally before they turn 30. According to a survey by LinkedIn, the world’s largest...

Stable market growth equals confidence in commercial sectors for Singapore’s Life...

  Recent years have seen Singapore’s government work towards the improvement of its life sciences industry to great success. And now, following an unexpected GDP...

Roadmap For Digital HR Transformation Shared with Singapore Process Industry Members

  Recognising the various challenges that require vital changes in the way businesses operate, ASPRI – the Association of Process Industry – of Singapore organised...

May 9 polling day declared a public holiday

The Prime Minister's Office has announced that May 9, which falls on a Wednesday, as an additional public holiday. This came following the Election...

Contracting and temping solutions continues to be a driving force of...

According to recruiting experts Hays, engaging Singaporean talent through contracting and temporary arrangements increased further in 2017. This is just one of the key...

Malaysian civil servants to get additional annual increment

Malaysia’s 1.6 million civil servants will receive an additional annual salary increment for 2018, effective 1 July. This was announced by Prime Minister Datuk...

Malaysian Employee Engagement Increased by 4 percentage points

2018 Employee Engagement Trends: Malaysian Employee Engagement Increased by 4 percentage points. Singapore Least Engaged Among Major Asian Markets After a three-point drop in engagement...