SINGAPORE is short of more than 1 million skilled workers - a gap that could translate into revenue losses of US$106.8 billion annually by 2030, according to a new study.

THE GENDER pay gap may have less to do with discriminatory wages and more with fewer women than men holding higher-paying jobs, consulting firm Korn Ferry said in a global study.

[LONDON] Workers in Britain look set to suffer another hit to their spending power in 2018 while most of their peers in the world's other big rich economies will have small gains, human...

THE link between what Singapore chief executives are paid and the profitability of their company is tenuous, a study has found. It has emerged that some CEOs still receive bonuses when their...

PAY-for-performance alignment between Singapore chief executives and profitability remain an issue as long-term incentives usage here remains low. At the same time, CEOs continue to receive bonuses...