HRM Magazine Asia picked up the silver prize for Best Trade Media at the inaugural Asia-Pacific Publishing Awards.
Labour groups have deemed the new minimum wage increase in Manila as insufficient for overworked and underpaid workers.
Talent management software is a complex ecosystem, as delegates to this cluster of the HR Tech Think Tank discovered.
With the aim of strengthening bilaterial relations, Kuwait will be welcoming 5,000 Cambodian migrant workers to the country for the first time next year.
Some 13 companies in total were named Singapore’s Best Workplaces for 2018, at the annual Great Place to Work Awards.
Proper use of gamification for the workforce can provide organisations with a competitive advantage in the changing business environment.
China will be implementing measures to boost employment, with the aim of helping local businesses as well as the jobless.
Accredited foreign professionals, including doctors, dentists, and pharmacists, soon may not need to take proficiency exams to start working in Taiwan.
Thanks to the growth of certain sectors, unemployment in Indonesia is now at 7 million, down from 7.04 million in the previous year.
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Samsung will be hiring 8,700 workers from its subcontractors, as the firm looks to boost employees’ job security.
Ola and Uber drivers in Mumbai are facing dwindling incentives, and went on a strike to demand that fares factor in the rising fuel costs, among other things.
Michael Byrne, Managing Director of logistics giant the Toll Group, talks about how disruption is impacting the human capital needs of the industry.
Most Filipino workers are considering change of careers and industries to gain better job prospects and financial stability.
Staff from Fu Yuen Ltd factory have been demonstrating alongside other labor activists, after 30 members of a trade union were fired.
Almost all CFOs surveyed say they’ve made a bad hiring decision; a problem that seems to be a global issue.
Japan is looking to hire more workers, but is struggling to keep up with a shrinking working-age population in the country.
Ordinary South Korean employees are finding it difficult to climb the corporate ladder and reach senior management positions.
In a diverse workforce, each generation has a different set of priorities, which presents unique employee benefits challenges for organisations.
Kaplan Professional received a resounding tick of approval from HRM Asia readers – when it comes to training frontline sales and marketing talent.
The #GoogleWalkout saw more than 1,000 Googlers stage a short mid-day walkout to protest sexual harassment and inequality.
The workplace diversity survey looks to set a new benchmark for gender and ethnicity reporting in New Zealand.
The Malaysian government has decided to remove third parties in the foreign worker application and recruitment process.
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Newcomer to the Readers’ Choice Awards, Elements Global Services walked away with the trophy for Best Outsourcing technology during the 2018 event.
China looks to hire more Filipino teachers with good pay in a move to strengthen China-Philippines relations.
The fall in the number of foreign executives in South Korea has affected diversity of corporate culture, as companies struggle to hire talented people.
RISQ Group has snagged the Best Background Screening Provider award for the second year in a row.
At the end of the day, it is – ironically – the human factor that has the potential to address society’s need for tech-literate talent.
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