Companies forced to operate remotely during the four-week circuit breaker period will likely experience a fall in productivity, human resource (HR) experts and business association leaders told...
There were fears that job losses would surge among locals amid the economic slowdown this year but firms largely played it safe by retaining staff and hiring cautiously.
But Singaporeans have a more positive view of migrant workers than other nations surveyed.
Economic uncertainty has not dented the confidence of Singapore's business leaders about prospects for the new year.
Sasa's shop staff say management has yet to inform them of its move to quit Singapore; closure surprises customers
Meanwhile, the Singapore Manual and Mercantile Workers' Union has contacted some of the staff who are general branch members of the union.
SINGAPORE - Energy utilities provider SP Group will spend $35 million in the next three years to upgrade the skills of all its 3,600 staff, working with a union to identify relevant programmes as...
A group of 18 hotels signed agreements with a union yesterday to work together on redesigning jobs and training staff.
SINGAPORE - A group of 18 hotels signed agreements with a union on Wednesday (Oct 23) to work together on redesigning jobs and training workers in their hotels.
A local information technology firm found to be unfairly favouring job applicants who were foreigners was barred in mid-2017 from hiring foreign staff until it improved its practices.