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Thousands of Indian workers took to the streets of New Delhi in a protest against “anti-people policies”.
A new study finds that many business leaders are optimistic about the impact of artificial intelligence on the future of work.
The incoming government of Cambodia is looking to start with a clean slate, and bring the country’s youth into the fold.
China’s efforts to recruit Taiwanese engineers — via above-market benefits packages — are beginning to pay off handsomely.
Prolonged noise pollution at the workplace seems to be giving rise to hearing loss issues among some workers and workplaces in Malaysia.
When the need for good workplace ergonomics is met, workplace safety and productivity are maximised.
The Alibaba Talent Programme aims to develop the next generation of technology-focused and innovative PhD candidates.
South Korea’s biggest companies are expected to ramp up their hiring plans over September and the fourth quarter of this year.
Expatriating or relocating your employees comes with a unique set of challenges – not least of which is the health aspect.
Poor job perception is making it harder for businesses to bring in fresh blood at the specialist and middle management levels.
A further 10,000 Singaporeans, from students to working adults, will also be equipped with AI skills as part of the AI for Everyone programme.
Thailand’s work permits now allow the holders to change employers within Thailand, rather than being tied to their original role and organisation.
The two countries are close to finalising an agreement which lays out mandates for the supply of Nepalese workers to Malaysia.
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The chief enforcer of labour laws across the Philippines is calling for a higher budget and greater resources “on the ground”.
The list reveals how Hong Kong hopes to continue developing as a high value-added and diversified economy.
In this second of two extracts on workplace bullying, Marion Neubronner highlights what organisations can do to combat poor workplace behaviour.
Despite its widespread practice, companies are making a major mistake when they automatically elevate their best contributors to supervisory roles.
South Korea is hoping that increased resources will help to create jobs, especially for women and senior citizens.
The gender diversity issue in the early childhood sector takes on a slightly different angle, but it’s no less important.
The proposed law is progressing through the Filipino House of Representatives; one of the country’s two law-making bodies.
What HR needs to know about the costs and potential strategies to combat bullying behaviour in the workplace.
Selected students will get a first, real taste of what it’s like to work as an engineer in a professional environment.
The Malaysian government has suspended the national migration system used to hire workers specifically from Bangladesh.
A crackdown is set to follow reports that government agencies have been padding their data on how many disabled staff they employ.
Fraser Hospitality’s four Singapore-based serviced residence options represent the best combination of local charm and total comfort.
154 businesses have been charged after sweeping checks involving almost 2,500 employers and 50,000 foreign workers.
The territory’s Equal Opportunities Commission says employers are still slow to accommodate employees who have to care for family members.