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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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Employee Experience that Should be Made Available: Survey

Perks at work have become a source of pride differentiator for companies vying for top talent. Stocked fridges, catered meals, on-site fitness facilities, laundry services and complimentary transportation are just a handful of popular perks companies offer. But according to research by ServiceNow, thriving companies are those that have an effective strategy to build an […]

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August 5, 20201:33 pm
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As Pandemic Continues, Health Solutions Becomes Necessity for Employees

Digital health solutions are seeing a spike in demand and are now considered a necessity for the workforce as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to sweep and resurge across the world. As employers look at the new shape of work, they are also keenly aware of providing health and wellness benefits to employees to ensure continued […]

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August 4, 20205:37 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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Tell-tale Signs Your Employees are Quitting Soon

The major concern for employers is employee turnover because no matter how the world’s economy looks, employee turnover is simply costly and unaffordable for most businesses. According to a survey, the cost associated with turnover which includes separation, loss of productivity, interviewing, training, and onboarding of a single employee is estimated to cost business approximately […]

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August 3, 20201:24 pm
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1 in 2 Workers Keen to Find New Jobs After Coronavirus

The pandemic does not discourage people from leaving their jobs, apparently. According to a new research by Hooray Health & Protection, half of respondents currently employed in the UK are planning on looking for a new job after COVID-19. The reason behind this is partly driven by a desire for more flexible working and a […]

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July 30, 20204:23 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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Employee Engagement: Six Stages for HR to Focus On

Most organisations will create a culture and environment that best reflect their values, mission and goals. Some also actively focus on engaging their employees as a key driver of success. Employee engagement is an emotional commitment employees feel towards their organisation and actions they take to ensure organisation’s success. Engaged employees demonstrate care, dedication, enthusiasm, […]

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July 28, 20201:09 pm
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More than 140,000 Singaporean Employers to Receive Wage Payouts from July 29

Wage payouts fund worth more than S$4 billion will be distributed to over 140,000 employers under the Jobs Support Scheme (JSS) from July 29. According to a Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat, the subsidies will cover up to 75 percent of the first S$4,600 of each local employee’s salary for February and March. Employers […]

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July 27, 20205:15 pm