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Are your employees leaving because of you?

A recent survey, Salary & Employment Insights 2014, discovered that 40% of workers have changed jobs in the last two years, and more than 70% are currently seeking new ones. The survey also revealed that lousy managers and a desire to earn more were key reasons for jumping ship. There are also anecdotal accounts of managerial […]

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5 lessons a typical MBA won’t teach you

An MBA is a great way to upgrade your knowledge and expand your network, however there are five lessons that mugging for an MBA won’t teach you about working in Singapore. 1. How to deal with unions You may be momentarily bewildered when approached with this subject. Yes they do exist in Singapore, collectively bargaining […]

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5 Ways to Increase Your Company’s Attrition Rate

A recent survey by British-based institute Roffey Park shed light on the motivations, or rather the demotivations of managers in Singapore’s economy. With 63% of managers looking for new jobs, organisations should be sitting up and wondering what went wrong. In the production and manufacturing sector alone, a whopping 79% of managers wanted to move […]

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5 Classic Hiring Mistakes

Recruitment is by far the most difficult HR spectrums to get right. Hiring the next best talent based on an interview that not only is the first time two person meet but also trying to understand each other in a span of 2 hours. Would you get married after knowing your date for 2 hours? […]