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26 Oct 2016

Singaporean and Malaysian companies run by leaders who frequently speak in first person singular pronouns like “me”, “myself” and “I” are posting weaker results, a new study found.

26 Oct 2016

The Global Gender Gap Report 2016 by the World Economic Forum (WEF) cited that the Republic “shows a wide gender gap in estimated earned income.”

26 Oct 2016

Over half of senior HR professionals polled in a survey said their organisation had no plan in place to deter poachers.

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Talent attraction and retention with millennials: Learning opportunities
Clocking in to a new system
Businesses across a range of industrial sectors have always needed accurate clock in- clock out information. Whether it is in hospitality, retail, manufacturing, or a whole host of other industries, both the payroll and workforce planning functions have depended on having an accurate understanding of who is actually at the workplace, and at what times.
Enhancing Employee Benefits – Travel
A research by a US Global Commission found out that 89% of those who travel saw significant drops in stress. A few other studies suggest that travel can improve one’s emotional state. In a survey conducted in 2014 by Diamond Resorts International showed that over three-quarters of the respondents reported feeling happier when they planned a trip at least once a year.

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