A new study looking at more than 6,000 PE deals shows they result in lower salaries and fewer jobs.
Working four days a week has been trialled and tested in many countries, governments and companies with mixed results.
United Overseas Bank launches L&D programmes to prepare staff for the digital future in the rapidly-changing financial services sector.
The region has the highest percentage of women bosses, with Singapore top of the table, according to Credit Suisse.
Former U.S President Barack Obama will be speaking in Singapore about his time in office and his views on leadership.
The Malaysians @ Work programme targets graduates, women and apprentices with incentives for workers and companies to help create 350,000 jobs.
DBS’s chatbot Jim (Job Intelligence Maestro) has shortened the recruitment time and led to better quality candidates for its wealth management team.
As the biggest benefactor of the US-China trade war, Vietnam is feeling the squeeze as companies open manufacturing plants in the country.
October is the best time to hunt for talent and for jobseekers to send in applications, according to new data from LinkedIn.
The city state overtakes the US to become the most competitive nation in the world, according to the World Economic Forum.
The creators of popular ‘’Big Mouth’’ TV series are writing a workplace comedy called ‘’Human Resources” featuring monsters instead of people.
‘’Gig’’ workers are more likely to be those supplementing existing jobs or earning a little income while looking for full-time job.
A Malaysian recruitment agency is launching a new ethical hiring model that it hopes others in the industry will follow.
With men massively outnumbering women in technology roles, submissive female voice assistants like Alexa could become rife and reinforce stereotypes.
Patrick Liew is a true maverick and innovator when it comes to people management, and has turned his HR function on its head.
A flying air taxi is expected to make its debut over Singapore’s skies later this month but could be more useful in Manila, Kuala Lumpur and Yangon.
The ride-hailing app is piloting a new service in Chicago that connects employers with temporary workers who want shift work.
The consultancy firm is committing $10 million to develop the technology skills of more than 3,000 staff in Singapore.
As 10,000 jobs are cut across the banking group, the Lion City looks to set to survive unscathed in the latest round of downsizing.
Hong Kong-based duty-free operator DFS Group has backed down and agreed to pay higher severance pay to laid-off workers in Singapore.
The two Asian countries will cooperate in technical and vocational education training to prepare for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Surprisingly, these are the two most searched jobs on a website designed to show which roles are most vulnerable to automation.
After delaying its stockmarket flotation, the coworking office giant is now dealing with the fallout after its controversial CEO steps down.
A new organisational model that decentralises power and decision-making is gaining popularity in influential circles.
McDonald’s is allowing job seekers to start their application from the comfort of their couch using Alexa or Google Assistant across nine major markets.
Financial institutions are being asked to use it for staff development and workforce planning to keep workers relevant.
New technology analyses messages to look for how people write to each other rather than what they actually write.
The British bank pays US$6.3 million to settle a SEC investigation into hiring friends and family of foreign officials in Asia-Pacific.
With the goal of ‘’defending democracy and freedom’’ The Hong Kong Financial Industry Employees General Union has been founded.
Chief People Officer at Workday Ashley Goldsmith explains how important it is to attract and keep the right people for the success of an organisation.