Employment Law

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In today's rapidly evolving cyber-security landscape, organisations can't afford to limit their defence to only external attacks. Internal threats stemming from employee actions also need to be dealt with, through coordinated efforts between HR and the IT department.
HRM Asia - 07 May 2014
The labour law landscape across Asia is constantly evolving. Fatim Jumabhoy, a senior associate at Herbert Smith Freehills, takes a look at some recent and upcoming changes across the region, and how they might affect your business
Sumathi V Selvaretnam - 14 Apr 2014
HR needs to ensure that its policies adopt a no-nonsense stance to undesirable behaviour, as outlined by new legislation
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 09 Apr 2014
As part of a drive to become a high income country by 2020, Malaysia has implemented a nationwide minimum wage policy. HRM finds out how employers are coping with the increased costs of labour and compliance
HRM Asia - 10 Mar 2014
This year's Budget saw several tweaks to Central Provident Fund contributions as well as the introduction of new schemes to help firms grow. HRM shares some highlights
HRM Asia - 16 Dec 2013
Dubious employment practices were thrust into the spotlight with the series of WorkRight Roadshows last month. What can be done to ensure the rights of all workers in Singapore?

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