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Employers’ Responsibility Under OSH Regulations

“Employers have the responsibility to provide a safe workplace that does not have serious hazards, and that follows all occupational health and safety standards.” According to ILO data, there are approximately 2.78 million work-related deaths every year, of which 2.4 million are related to occupational diseases. This work-related death is associated with costly impact for […]

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February 14, 20203:21 pm
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How to Establish Salary Ranges for Your Company?

In a more competitive talent market, it is very vital for employers to know what job seekers want and are looking for in order to hire the best ones. Based on Ceridian survey, The Optimal Recruiting Experience, salary is listed as the most common reason (40 percent) for exploring new opportunities, and this feeling is […]

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February 14, 20203:04 pm
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COVID-19: MOM Singapore Suspended Employers for Breaking Rules

The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has revoked the work passes of two workers and suspended their employers’ work pass privileges for breaching entry approval requirements after they recently travelled to China. In a statement yesterday, February 13, 2020, MOM said the employers have been ordered to repatriate the workers within 24 hours and the two […]

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February 14, 202010:32 am
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Neuroleadership: Building the Growth Mindset Culture in Workplace

“Once we have a growth mindset, everything on the outside will change along with it.”  As the world of work is undergoing constant changes with technology keep establishing, it is important for individuals to consistently change and be flexible with the change. Jeremy Wade, founding director of Jindal Centre for Social Innovation, said that degrees […]

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February 13, 202012:31 pm
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Achieving Success through Collaborative Communication in Large Team: Q&A with Arturo Arrarte, Head of Growth at Slack, Asia Pacific

Communication is the most important aspect of any business. While managing communication with a small team can be relatively easy, managers might face bigger challenges when in charge of handling a bigger team. In a large team, each individual wants to be heard and they come with a different set of solutions and ideas. As […]

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February 13, 20208:01 am
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Coronavirus: Singapore and Malaysia Work Together to Curb The Outbreak

Singapore and Malaysia will set up a joint working group to strengthen cooperation in tackling the spread of the coronavirus. The authorities from both countries announced the working group yesterday after a video conference meeting between Singapore Health Minister Gan Kim Yong and his Malaysian counterpart, Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad. The ministers had agreed that it […]

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February 12, 20209:26 am
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BlackBerry Secures the Modern Workforce with New Digital Workplace

SINGAPORE – February 11, 2020 – BlackBerry Limited today announced BlackBerry® Digital Workplace, a secure robust workspace that provides users simple and secure online and offline access to corporate on-premise or cloud content including Microsoft® Office 365® resources.   Remote anywhere, anytime access to company resources and data is what empowers a modern, mobile workforce. Using […]

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February 11, 20203:36 pm
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On Diversity and Inclusion: Why the Misfit May be the Best Fit

When hiring, you don’t look only for skill, experience or motivation of the person. You also look for what is called “fit”. This is often Misunderstood. Many think it means likeness to existing employees or perhaps even friends. In reality, what a team or company needs is not likeness but a complementarity, contrast or an […]

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February 11, 202011:05 am
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4 Science-Based Tips to Make Work Commute Better

Jhon often shows up late for work due to long commute and traffic. Getting several warning from his manager, Jhon starts to sleep early and goes to work early to avoid traffic. The new approach Jhon tried works but it does not last as Jhon often asks to do overtime work for increased product demand. […]

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February 10, 202012:20 pm
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Singapore Bans Work Pass Holders Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

Four work pass holders and six employers were found to have breached the leave of absence requirements in place due to the coronavirus situation. As a result, the workers will no longer be allowed to work here, while the employers had their work pass privileges suspended, announced the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) on Feb 9, […]

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February 10, 20209:50 am