Corporate Culture

One step ahead

While employees are counting down the niggling hours left at work, staff at Ministry of Design saunter from their office at 3:30pm every Friday to kickstart their weekends early. However, as HRM Asia finds out, the work ethic at the architectural firm is anything but relaxed.
Sham Majid - 25 Jun 2015
The rigid working shackles are off for many employees as organisations embark on formulating flexible working policies. However, how can firms go about crafting its own flexi-work practices without compromising on productivity? HRM finds out
- 29 Apr 2015
Singapore is facing a greying population, with numbers of mature workers within organisations booming. How can HR ensure meaningful working relationships with this group of talent? HRM finds out
- 24 Mar 2015
Finding meaningful employment is a goal for many people, including people with disabilities (PWDs). They too can achieve self-reliance if they are given equal opportunities for employment and are well-trained in market relevant skills. So how can employers enhance the employability of PWDs, and both hire and work with them?
HRM Asia - 18 Feb 2015
We are at the cusp of another festive season - Lunar New Year. Like celebrating Christmas or other festivals, the lead up can certainly be a scramble, with many jobs to do, and we have to finish our work commitments too.
- 16 Jan 2015
In today’s tight labour market, work-life strategies are no longer just good-to-have, but an important edge for companies to recruit and retain talent. HRM learns how flexi-work arrangements can help improve both employee satisfaction and productivity
- 05 Jan 2015
Non-monetary benefits might be the key to employee happiness