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Who Should Pay Employees’s Home Office?

Remote work is no longer viewed as a benefit or a reward only a select few can enjoy – it has now become a necessity for businesses to thrive. A survey by AND CO and Remote Year found that remote work might rival inhouse work with 55 percent of respondents saying they worked remotely 100 […]

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August 5, 20204:09 pm
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Workplace Health & Safety for the Modern Workplace: Singapore Law Review

The Workplace Safety and Health Act (WSHA) and its subsidiary legislation are the primary statutes for regulating workplace health and safety in Singapore. These are supported by Codes of Practice issued or approved by Singapore ’s Workplace Safety and Health Council. The council provides practical guidance on the minimum standards expected of employers to comply […]

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August 4, 20203:30 pm
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The Future Prediction of Global Human Capital

Reportlinker released the report “Human Capital Management Market” forecasted that the human capital management (HCM) market will grow from $17.6 billion in 2020 to $ 24.3 billion by 2025, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 6.7 percent during the forecast period. Integration of emerging technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning […]

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August 3, 20203:50 pm
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How to Hire Reliable Freelancers Remotely

Freelance working is redefining the labor scene. Businesses around the globe are increasingly hiring freelancers to handle specific tasks. In fact, data from Freelancing in America (FIA) shows that up to 53 million individuals are working as freelancers in America alone. Freelancing has also become quite common now that we are dealing with the COVID-19 virus. […]

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August 3, 202010:58 am
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What Is an Effective Workplace?

Effective workplace refers to a workplace that recognises employees as the company’s greatest resource. Employers that build an effective workplace will make a critical difference in organisations’ programs for both business and employees to thrive. The programs, therefore, must truly benefit both the organisation and its employees in terms of design, practices, and policies.  See […]

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July 30, 20202:17 pm
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Workplace Risk Management and Culture

The way an organisation approaches risk is critical to how effectively it is managed. There are structures and procedures that can be put in place to enable an entity to equip itself to deal with risk. When they are combined, these mechanisms create a culture that helps leaders to articulate how important risk is to […]

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July 30, 20202:09 pm
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Food for Work, Done Responsibly with Alessandro Voltolini, the CEO and Co-Founder of SmartBite

Only last month, Malaysia reopened nearly all economic and social activities after weeks of Movement Control Order (MCO). With most businesses are allowed to resume operations, this means employees are returning to the workplace. Businesses and employees will need to follow detailed safety protocols when they reopen after COVID-19 closures. Then, this presents a new […]

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July 29, 20203:35 pm
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Employment Should be Prioritised, Expert Said

Economic expert warned that digitalisation and new technologies must be introduced in companies carefully, in a way that the digital transformation will not further worsen an already tough job market. According to Malaysian Institute of Economic Research senior fellow research Dr Shankaran Nambiar, encouraging digitalisation among firms was important but more attention must be given […]

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July 28, 20205:21 pm
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4 Myths of Employee Engagement You Might Not Know

In recent years of the economic crisis and growing rate of employee burnout, employee engagement has become the focus of business leaders. High levels of employee engagement have been linked to several positive outcomes, such as lower absenteeism, improved performance, proactive and innovative employee behaviour, as well as financial profit. Hence, organisations with engaged employees […]

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July 27, 20201:17 pm
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How Managers Can Change Their Bad Habit

Many managers are high-achiever people who often hold well-qualified MBA graduates with relevant experiences in their career. However, when it comes to managing people, these managers are mostly ill-equipped.  A CIPD report revealed that line managers are ill-equipped to address workplace conflict. The report, which surveyed more than 2,000 employers and staff about their experience […]

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July 23, 20205:00 pm