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    The outlook has brightened for the Singapore economy with news that more employers are expecting to return to the hiring table over the next three months, according to Manpower’s quarterly employment outlook survey

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    Many HR functions expect too much too quickly from outsourcing and are not getting involved in the decision-making process, so their objectives are neglected, experts have warned.

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    THE COUNTRY’S second-largest ever award for sexual harassment should provide a $466,000 wake-up call for Australian workplaces on the risks of sexual harassment.

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    Employers should be equipped to deal with the Fair Work Act changes as unions are poised to intervene in workplaces at which their power has declined over the years under WorkChoices.

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    Despite increased optimism amongst Australian employers, output is declining in most business sectors and business investment is falling sharply.

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    Employee retention in law firms comes down to three critical factors for ensuring employee engagement, according to a US study.

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