Friday, May 26, 2017

New employment dispute centres to cover Singapore workers

  With the recent launch of two new dispute management offices, workers in Singapore now have access to a “cheaper, better, faster way” to resolve...

Are LGBT employees being left behind?

Despite the global shift towards a more inclusive community embracing diversity, only over half of organisations tailored their policies to specifically accommodate lesbian gay,...

Ricoh (Malaysia) announces leadership change

Ms Alice Lee will helm Ricoh (Malaysia) as the Chief Operating Officer, replacing Mr Peter Wee, effective 1 April this year.  Alice Lee shall...

Top 10 skills for the 21st-century employee (Infographic)

In an increasingly connected world, employees look for more than a good report card of As. Not too long ago, it was academic credentials...

Salary increases in Hong Kong likely to remain static in 2017

  With a sluggish Chinese economy, salary increments are likely to remain static as the trend of uncertainty in Hong Kong continues, according to the...

Are you asking the wrong interview questions?

Are there questions that are off the cards during an interview? Many HR managers are aware of the sensitivity of some questions but still,...

Leading in uncertain times

Cegos Asia Pacific’s new partnership with the Centre for Executive Education (CEE) is geared to take business critical executive and senior leader development beyond...

Robots may be part of the futuristic workforce

Robots may be the new wave of workers. The workplace of the future may soon see robots working alongside humans, and in a recent study...

Should employers look for the best fit?

In the landscape of meritocracy, most recruiters would believe that the best job is reserved for the best man. However, getting the perfect fit...

When Mental Illness Comes to Work

When Mental Illness Comes to Work By Peter Wilson A recent incident at a major Australian airport saw an employee of one of the infrastructure utilities...