While most organisations acknowledge the importance of digital transformation, more can be done to address employees’ concerns.
More than two million employees are expected to benefit from the wage raise, as living costs continue to soar in the country.
Many employees in Singapore feel that their employes are not doing enough to improve gender pay equality and DE&I policies.
A new office in Singapore will serve as Visier’s regional headquarters, while 7-Eleven has been announced as a new customer in Malaysia.
The office remains a vital hub for focused work as more employees in Singapore and the Philippines push for a return to office, says Gensler.
Identifying the existence of a toxic work environment is the first step towards creating a healthier workplace where employees can thrive.
Removing drudgery, giving employees control, and creating a supportive work environment can go a long way towards eliminating burnout.
While meetings are still important in helping employees do their jobs better, poorly designed ones create fatigue and sap productivity.
Organisations need to understand the employee experience and take action on the moments that have the biggest impact on engagement.
Creative leaders are more likely to empower their team members with new ways of doing things, says Dickson Tang, keynote speaker and author.
Eric Ng, Executive Director. Amgen South-East Asia, India, and Hong Kong (SEAIHK), highlights how leaders can help create a sustainable DI&B culture.
Offering flexible and varied benefits will improve inclusivity and meet the disparate needs of employees, says Howden’s Primus Lee.
Eleanor Vajzovic, Head of Strategic Solutions, Paradox, provides some tips on how organisations can create successful candidate experiences.
Organisations should not neglect the human potential in their employees, even as technologies continue to impact and change the way we work.
Driven by the need to attract talent, Japan is proposing new laws that will offer more public sector employees a four-day workweek.
Cornerstone OnDemand’s new Opportunity Marketplace harnesses AI and transformational design to foster an agile and adaptable workforce.
Instead of taking credit for other people’s ideas, employees should collaborate with their colleagues to achieve success as a group.
Dell Technologies Singapore has launched MentorConnect to help develop the next generation of female business leaders in Singapore.
From 2021 to 2022, employment opportunities in PMET roles have risen against the backdrop of non-PMET roles decreasing.
Boey will succeed Tan Choon Shian, who will assume the position of Chief Executive of the Singapore Totalisator Board.
Employers in Singapore are more likely to financially support the training needs of employees who are more educated, a new study has found.
When considering how to grow their organisation, leaders can do worse than listening to and investing in their employees.
Although jobs will be lost to generative AI, this will be compensated by the creation of new jobs and higher productivity, says Goldman Sachs.
Some of the reasons that are causing employees to leave an organisation may be more straightforward and obvious than many expect.
The amended Labour Protection Act sets out the terms and conditions to define the work-from-anywhere concept in Thailand.
More organisations are considering moving their operations out of Singapore due to rising operating costs, according to EuroCham.
Building genuine relationships with colleagues and adopting an agile mindset are just some of the traits employees need to succeed in a hybrid workplace.
Apple, Amazon, and Twitter are just some of the tech companies that are now making it mandatory for employees to return to the office.
Employers can do more to improve the wellbeing of their employees so they can advance their careers with the organisation.
In his new role, Rajat will lead In2IT EBS’ operations and management in Singapore, and drive growth in the South-East Asian region.