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It makes up about 5% of the country’s workforce, with their salaries cut by up to 25% as a result of cost-saving measures.
This comes three months after cutting 25% of its senior management pay and all budgeted salary increases for the year.
The airline is hoping that the allowance will help boost the morale of its employees, having already halved their summer bonuses.
The airline's latest decision to cut several work benefits, particularly health welfare, has proven to be the last straw for its employees
The payment will enable them to get the equipment they need to enhance their home office setup and cushion any financial impact from the pandemic.
Their top reason for doing so is that being an entrepreneur would give them more opportunities, according to a Randstad survey.
US-based Futurist & Technology, Commentator John Sumser shares some ways on how we can reflect on our HR ethics.
Companies in Singapore face getting their work pass privileges and Jobs Support Scheme wage subsidies revoked for not paying retrenchment benefits.
Even as many employees in Singapore continue to work from home, they should be compensated for any work injuries at home.
A new research by ADP reveals that workplace trends that were five years in the making, have arrived ahead of time.
The latest survey also showed that employees are pleased with the way their leaders have stepped up to support them during the pandemic.
47% of Singaporeans and PRs have experienced a dip in income such as wage cuts, forced to take no-pay leave or a reduction in commission earnings.
From July 6, Google buildings in more cities will reopen with 10% capacity, which will be increased to 30% by September.
The social media and tech giant expects half of its workforce to work remotely over the next five to 10 years.
The COVID-19 pandemic is set to change many functions of HR, and one of them is Payroll. How can organisations adapt to the changes?
The Samsung-backed HR Tech startup now serves over 8,000 clients across Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia, and plans to continue its expansion into the Asia-Pacific region.
Day 2 of HR Tech Fest Connect 2020 saw a number of leading thought leaders provide attendees with a number of thought-provoking insights on how to move their organisations forward in these times of uncertainty.
The programme will help support more Malaysian businesses and protect jobs that are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The cuts will affect 1,900 staff as the home-sharing company grapples with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the travel industry.
Falling profits due to the COVID-19 outbreak has forced the technology firm to cut its management's pay and asked its staff to take no-pay leave.
EXCLUSIVE: In the wake of ‘circuit breaker’ measures introduced to contain the COVID-19 outbreak, Workforce Singapore highlights how companies can make remote working a success.
The one-stop solutions platform will help HR employers better engage their employees with flexible compensation, lifestyle perks, and rewards.
With remote working becoming the future of the workforce, employers are looking to increase their investments in technology to support it.
The best employers in Singapore have been revealed in a latest survey which was participated by more than 8,000 employees.
These one-time relief grants will be made available to global employees facing financial hardships as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
EXCLUSIVE: Through a culture of learning, Senoko Energy encourages openness and dynamism, and helps its workforce prepare for future demands
This is to help employees supplement their incomes if they have been affected by a shorter work week or temporary layoffs due to the pandemic.
More than Citi Singapore's 1,600 employees will each receive a special compensation award of S$1,200 which will cost the company S$2 million.
Many accounting graduates are deterred from joining the audit profession because of the perception that auditors are lowly-paid and made to work long hours.