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7 Hacks for Entrepreneurs to Successfully Manage Remote Teams

The virtual workspace has become a reality. Did you know that 43 percent Americans reported that they prefer taking up freelance or remote jobs rather than full-time shifts? Remote teams are increasingly becoming popular because of their benefits to both employers and employees. For employees, remote working can save traveling time, improve work-life balance, reduce time in office […]

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July 18, 201910:27 am
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Top 10 Toughest HR Questions: Asked and Answered

1 out of 6 candidates get to meet recruiter for an interview. So if you have just sent out a job application, you could be the lucky 1 out of 6. While getting noticed by potential employer is a good start, now what? Your resume is perfect and you are confident with it, but are you satisfied with your answers for some basic […]

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July 18, 20199:17 am
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Singapore Sees Growing Demand for Hybrid Executive and Team Assistants: Study

As Singapore’s organisations adopt flatter organisational structures and embrace collaborative working, the office support function grows in importance to support larger teams and their coordination needs. This is resulting in a heightened demand for executive assistants (EAs), team assistants, and, increasingly more common, a combination of both, according to recruitment experts Hays. “As the role […]

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July 17, 20199:43 am
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Toxic Employers Face Jail Under South Korea’s New Law to Tackle Workplace Bullying

After enduring months of constant harassment at work, South Korean office worker Christine Jung finally confronted her aggressor — only to be fired and sued for defamation by her employer. Her situation is not unusual in South Korea, where employees have traditionally been expected to turn a blind eye to abusive behaviour by those in […]

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July 16, 20194:07 pm
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Top Employers in Singapore, as Voted by Fresh Graduates

Technology firm Microsoft was voted as Singapore’s most popular employer among local students and university graduates in 2019, according to an annual national graduate careers survey by GTI Media Singapore. Over 13,800 students and fresh graduates from local universities participated in the survey, which ran from 2018 to early 2019, indicating the employers they intended […]

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July 16, 20199:00 am
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Singapore Ranks Third in APAC in Fostering Growth for Women Entrepreneurs

At the 10th annual Dell Women Entrepreneur Network Summit in Singapore, Dell announced findings of the 2019 Women Entrepreneur Cities (WE Cities) Index, ranking 50 global cities on their ability to foster growth for women entrepreneurs. Dell ranks cities based on the impact of local policies, programmes and characteristics in addition to national laws and customs to help improve […]

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July 15, 20197:17 pm
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Deutsche Bank to Undergo Massive Layoffs, 18,000 Jobs Will Go

REUTERS – Deutsche Bank laid off staff from Sydney to New York on Monday as it began to slash 18,000 jobs in a 7.4 billion euro ($8.3 billion) “reinvention” that will lead to yet another annual loss, a plan that knocked its already battered shares. Germany’s largest lender said on Sunday it will scrap its […]

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July 12, 20199:12 am
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Female Employers Doing Their Part for NSMen: Interview with Sylvia Koh, Chief People Officer of CrimsonLogic

Around the age of 18, every male citizen of Singapore is required to enroll into National Service (NS) and serves a two-year military training period in the uniformed services. Under the Enlistment Act, an employee may not be dismissed on account of being called up for NS duties, meaning that employers are required to grant […]

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July 11, 201911:42 am
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Majority Workers in APAC Feel Unprepared for Future Jobs

Approximately seven in ten workers across the Asia-Pacific region (APAC) are concerned they’re unprepared for the jobs of the future, according to a new study by Skillsoft, a global leader in corporate learning. Based on a comprehensive Vanson Bourne study of 2,500 employees across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Malaysia about their readiness for the […]

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July 9, 20199:37 am
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11 Ways Blockchain Revolutionizes HR Management

Most people would easily associate the term ‘blockchain’ with cryptocurrency, but it is no longer confined solely to the digital currency. In fact, the technology has immense potentials in changing the ways the Human Resources operate. Blockchain technology has been widely adopted and implemented by various companies on a global scale across industries. Its capabilities are being studied and extended to […]

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July 9, 20199:00 am