The importance of jobbymoon

17 December, 2019
By G-Team in Human Resource

The workplace is constantly coming up with new buzzwords – and the latest buzzword in the market (if you have not heard) is jobbymoon.

According to the New York Times, jobbymoon essentially means taking a holiday after leaving a job and before starting on a new job. It is similar to the gap year that students tend to take during their university years. Additionally, this is not to be confused with bleisure travel, which blurs the line between business and recreational travels.

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HR's role in combating employee fatigue

10 December, 2019
By G-Team in Human Resource

In the workplace, the amount of work is limitless. There will always be work to do - regardless of the urgency and the amount of effort and man hours required. It is no wonder that workplace stress is on the rise in Singapore.

According to a 2016 survey “Working In Asia”, conducted by Roffey Park, results found that employees in Singapore spend more hours at work as opposed to their counterparts in Hong Kong and China. Additionally, more than half of these surveyed employees have mentioned that their stress level has increased over the past six months.

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Payroll tips for you this festive season

05 December, 2019
By G-Team in Payroll
It is just a few weeks away from Christmas and many are processing their payroll early this month. Who wouldn't want to have an delightful payroll experience? For many small business owners, year end is a busy period for payroll and tax filing preparation. If running payroll for the last couple of years has been a little nutty, how about a change this coming new year?
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Employer branding against corporate culture and employee engagement

03 December, 2019
By G-Team in Human Resource

Employer branding is a big business in the workplace today. It is one of the core pillars of recruitment and talent attraction. As companies increasingly understand the importance of employer branding, the demand for employee branding has led to the proliferation of employer brand agencies and employer brand conferences.

As defined by Universum, employer branding is defined as “the process of promoting a company, or an organization, as the employer of choice to a desired target group, one which a company needs and wants to recruit and retain”.

While employer branding is technically built upon company culture and employee engagement - after all there should be some form of company culture to promote to the talent pool - eventually, employer branding might end up defining the culture within the company and how the leaders strive to engage and retain talent.

Here’s why:

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