Tuesday, March 26, 2019

SENSORS TO BE PART OF SINGAPORE SMART NATION

Around 1,000 sensors are to be planted throughout the island nation to track everything from air quality and water level to public safety. The...

INTERNATIONALISATION AND RAISING PRODUCTIVITY IS KEY

The inaugural Singapore Business Federation & American Express Singapore Business and Financial Strategy Survey 2014 has revealed that Singapore enterprises are considering going regional...

SURVEY AIMS TO DEFINE WORKPLACE HAPPINESS

A new survey by the non-profit Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI) and research firm Align Group aims to find out what workplace happiness means...

ONE DEATH A WEEK AT CONSTRUCTION SITES

There have been 19 workplace deaths in the first three months of this year, the Workplace Safety and Health Council revealed in a report...

BANKS, IT FIRMS MULL MOVING OFFSHORE

The manpower shortage is forcing banks and IT firms to consider moving their middle and back-end functions offshore, a shift that could hit business...

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS SUFFER FROM BURNOUT

The incidence of young professionals ending up with medical problems, including insomnia, depression and hypertension, is becoming more frequent, the major cause of which...

2015 BRINGS LONG WEEKENDS, SHORT BREAKS

Public holiday dates for 2015 released recently by the Manpower Ministry yielded seven long weekends, as the days off fall either on Friday, Sunday...

SINGAPORE AIRLINES REMAINS ATTRACTIVE EMPLOYER

Singapore Airlines has been named the republic’s most attractive employer at the Randstad Awards for the third year running. Commending Singapore Airlines for its...

4 IN 10 SINGAPOREANS WANT EARLY RETIREMENT

Almost 4 in 10 Singaporean employees want to retire at the age of 55, 10 years earlier than the retirement age set by the...

CALLS FOR POVERTY LINE AMID INEQUALITIES

Poverty researchers say Singapore must do more to address the plight of its poor in the face of a widening wealth gap. The government...

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China tech firms, seeking passion and energy, promote younger staff

Chinese tech giants are in the hunt for young, energetic staff to take the place, in some cases, of veteran managers. The companies deny...

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Asia Human Capital Development Conference 2019

Many companies are driving towards the future with talents built for the yester-years. To evolve, we need to drive transformation in this unprecedented environment...

HR Festival Asia 2019