We look at the ways talent management in Asia-Pacific is being enhanced through targeted technology and software applications.
Verizon cuts 10,400 jobs out of 44,000 eligible employees in a “voluntary separation program,” as part of cost cutting measures.
Singapore has charged two Chinese migrant workers with soliciting one dollar bribes from lorry drivers, and could face prison time if convicted.
The Australian-based airline has been criticised for asking staff to volunteer extra hours at the airport during Christmas.
A Trump resort worker living in the US illegally says she does not regret speaking out about experiencing workplace abuse.
The workers at a toy factory in Heyuan, China, were working illegally overtime, and often earning less than SG$1.80 per hour.
The HR Development Awards, held over November 27-28, recognise outstanding Malaysian employers for their investment in human capital.
At least 1,200 firms in the Philippines might pull out from investing due to the sudden shift in policy, resulting in 150,000 jobs at stake.
Organisations are facing reduced budgets to fight for a low supply of talent, says Alpar Major, co-founder of SmartDreamers.
The slight increase in bonuses is reflected by a reduction in the rate of increase from year to year.
Legacy HR information systems may be causing more harm than good, Swingvy’s Tho Kit Hoong told the HR Tech Think Tank last month.
Effective software is an important part of building talent engagement today. But it’s definitely not the only requirement.
LinkedIn India revealed in a recent survey that Bangalore City pays the highest salaries in all of India.
Grace Kerrison, Managing Director of Pymetrics in Asia-Pacific, says artificial intelligence can help solve the challenge of recruiting with zero bias.
NASA has demanded a safety review of the workplace culture at SpaceX and Boeing, after a video of SpaceX CEO Elon Musk smoking pot appeared.
The restrictions on cheap foreign labour has forced companies to invest in technology and other productivity-boosting measures.
Most Vietnamese workers want to switch jobs in 2019 due to a lack of career advancement, according to a survey.
The struggling Japanese corporation will be cutting 5% of its workforce over the next five years, in a bid to boost profitability.
The American sports apparel giant told employees that it would no longer expense “adult entertainment, limousine services and gambling.”
A new report shows that migrant workers in Australia are among the worst paid in the country, and most are suffering in silence.
In the second of two HRM Readers’ Choice Award wins, Fullerton Health was named best Corporate Health and Wellness Screening Provider.
The customer comes first: the CEO of Singtel-Optus has told staff to keep customers happy, or risk losing their jobs.
Oakwood Studios Singapore was named the island state’s best serviced apartment property, in the 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards.
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Equarius Hotel, part of the Resorts World Sentosa complex, was named the Best Business Hotel in the 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards.
The International Transport Workers’ Federation and the Ong Teng Cheong Labour Leadership Institute are teaming up to prepare for transformation.
With the proposed law, the UK government aims to tackle the lack of social mobility among ethnic minorities.