About People Matters Pte: With over 300,000 members across the region, People Matters is Asia's fastest-growing people and work community. Renowned and highly regarded, People Matters TechHR provides an unparalleled overview of current trends at the intersection of work and technology. People Matters TechHR is hosted both in India and in Singapore and attracts leaders from across the world aiming to get an inside perspective on Asia's most progressive talent practices, startups and top HR & Work Tech products. Taking place over three days, People Matters TechHR promises to be a unique experience, a purpose-driven journey enacted entirely by design. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Impact: People Matters TechHR Singapore postponed to September 2020
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The epidemic is still quite complicated, and until now no country has found a way to control the spread of the disease, let alone find a cure, the number of people infected with the disease has increased rapidly in recent days. The outbreak has led the WHO to officially announce the coronavirus outbreak to be “a global health emergency”. To ensure the safety of our students, even with thorough preparation of medical equipment, school hygiene, masks, hand sanitizers, hand washing stations, and detailed instructions on how to prevent the disease, last week most English language centres and extracurricular learning centres cancelled classes due to the coronavirus outbreak. … [Read more...] about YOLA pioneers in offering online classes to help students ensure academic progress in the midst of the coronavirus epidemic
I think this method has numerous advantages. Parents will not have to spend time on taking their children to school and won't have to worry about their health, while the classes will still be held at the same level of effectivenees. Students can attend the classes through laptops or other mobile devices, and will be able to learn at a more flexible basis. Besides, parents can also follow and evaluate the learning results of their children. … [Read more...] about Educational institutions utilising e-learning courses
No doubt about that. We have to resume the traditional pig raising practice by small households to meet our people’s consumption as well as for pork-export. But with lessons learned from the recent swine fever, we have to re-organise the pig raising practice in a production chain among pig raising households, co-operatives, enterprises and others. By doing so, it will help us to prevent and control epidemics and retrieve the products’ origin. This is the best way to achieve a sustainable pig raising practice for all stakeholders involved in the production chain. … [Read more...] about When will the pig raising restore to normal?
Hanoi (VNA) – The Defence Ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have issued a joint statement on defence cooperation against disease outbreaks. The following is the full text of the Joint Statement: WE, the Defence Ministers of the Member States of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) met in Ha Noi, Socialist Republic of Viet Nam on 19 February 2020; NOTING with grave concern the current outbreak of severe respiratory illness caused by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), which affects the well-being of our people, the economic development as well as regional security and stability; RECOGNISING the declaration by the World Health Organization (WHO) on 30 January 2020 that the situation is a “public health emergency of international concern” (PHEIC); ENHANCING institutional and human capacities and approaches to support the effective implementation of policies, strategies and programmes in preparing and responding to … [Read more...] about Joint Statement by ASEAN Defence Ministers on Defence Cooperation Against Disease Outbreaks