As Singapore enters Phase 1.0 of post circuit breaker period, HRguru operations will be back in the office from 2 June 2020.
Inspiration drawn from crisis-management professionals can help decision makers in the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Government has announced Circuit Breaker measures will be gradually eased from 2 June 2020, and businesses will be allowed to resume activities in a phased manner.
‘The key to the success of the remote team is consistent and transparent communication.” Listen to the podcast between two successful people, Shankar Krishnamoorthy, CEO, Synergita and Tommy Ng, Chief guru, HR Guru.
In view of the circuit breaker measures for COVID-19, HRguru operations will be taken remotely and our office will be temporarily closed till 1 June 2020.
During this Circuit Breaker stay-home period, as we hunker down, take this opportunity to keep yourself busy and pick up some good reads.
Singapore government recently announced a slew of measures to support individuals and businesses through this Covid-19 pandemic. One such measure is the enhancement of the grants to SMEs. If you run a SME, start-up or social enterprise in Singapore, and you would like to know more about the grants,...
Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat introduced the Solidarity Budget yesterday, 6 April 2020. The Solidarity Budget measures are in response to the circuit-breaker measures announced and are over and above those introduced under Budget 2020 and the Resilience Budget. View Solidarity Budget Booklet The Solidarity...
Press Release on 3 April 2020 by Ministry of Health (MOH) on “Additional Measures to Minimise Further Spread of COVID19 Cases”. It outlines the enhanced safe distancing measures to reduce the risk of further local transmission of CORONAVIRUS. View Press Release
Do you adopt safe distancing measures for your employees at the workplace? Employers are expected to adopt the measures outlined in this advisory so as to provide a safe working environment for your employees. Employers must also allow their employees to work from home as far as reasonably practicable,...