Grace Kerrison, Managing Director of Pymetrics in Asia-Pacific, says artificial intelligence can help solve the challenge of recruiting with zero bias.
The world’s major technology firms pledge to transform workers in Southeast Asia with digital skills development and jobs by 2020.
A survey by HSBC has found that a quarter of Hong Kong women would sacrifice their career for their children.
IKEA Group plans to cut 7,500 administrative jobs worldwide, in which the expected redundancies consist of 5% of the company's current workforce.
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.
Chinese institutions have done well in producing graduates ready for worldwide employability in Asia, next to Singapore, Japan, and South Korea.
A Chinese steel company will set up in Mindanao, Philippines and thereby create 50,000 jobs in the country.
This is the dream role for a compensation and benefits devotee, covering the full Asia-Pacific region for a growing, culture-driven organisation
The retirement age for male and female workers could increase from 60 and 55 at present to 62 and 60 respectively from 2021.
Thousands of foreign intern have quit Japanese jobs in the last two years alone, and only a few want to continue working in the country.
The Internet economy is set to create 1.7 million full-time jobs in Southeast Asia by 2025, three times the number in 2018.
The Institute for HR Professionals aimed to inspire some high-level thinking on today’s challenges for workforce managers.
Three of the biggest thought leaders in HR and technology – including Josh Bersin – will be sharing their exclusive insights at HR Festival Asia.
Carlos Ghosn, who is also chairman and CEO of Renault, has been arrested by Japanese authorities for “significant acts of misconduct”.
According to the IMD World Talent Ranking 2018, Singapore leads the Asia-Pacific pack, followed by Hong Kong and Malaysia.
Flipkart has made a key appointment of a chief HR officer, which has remained vacant for about 18 months.
The New Paper Big Walk 2018 in Singapore welcomed more than 1,000 participants to walk in support of building fair and inclusive workplaces for all.
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.
Compared to Taiwan and the Middle East, a Vietnamese worker earned more working in Japan and South Korea in the 2010-2017 period.
China's massive electronics production factories often faces allegations of poor labour conditions, resulting in high employee suicide cases.
Some 60 "champions of good" in Singapore's business world have been commended for driving corporate stewardship and social impact.
Japan is expecting up to 340,000 foreign workers in the next five years in order to tackle the serious local talent shortage in the country.
South Korea's jobless rate increases in October, as dismal job conditions continue in the retail and hospitality sector.
Companies in the United Arab Emirates are looking beyond Europe and the US to attract skilled staff into the country.
India has seen a surge in talent demand in various industries including Automobile, Infrastructure, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management.
HR Festival Asia will celebrate three organisations and two leaders in its first-ever Southeast Asia Awards.
HSBC in Hong Kong has raised the number of days off from 22 to 24 for certain grades of staff, with the aim of improving work-life balance.
Honda has established a new factory in Bangladesh and believes that the motorcycle industry will further contribute to the national economy.