French banking group Société Générale is reportedly planning to cut 1,500 in its corporate and investment banking business.
A British employee is suing United Overseas Bank's London, saying that he was overlooked for a new role due not being Asian.
The study also found that employees are starting to question their own company's corporate mission and values.
Starting last week, the US bank ditched throw-away plastic items like water bottles or silverware in its offices and cafeterias.
A UK company has drawn flak online for its 'brutal' job interview process, which many employees feel is the most challenging aspect of working there.
A UNICEF poll of 10,000 young people from more than 160 countries has a stark message: “We need more jobs and better education.”
The company has suffered its first sales drop in China in 20 years, and a lower demand for diesel vehicles in Europe.
Germany is accepting applications for up to 400 positions for Filipino nurses under a bilateral jointed initiative called the Triple Win Project.
The law allows employers to compel up to 400 hours per year of overtime from employees; effectively an extra day a week.
Japan’s biggest investment bank, Nomura Holdings, is looking to recoup losses on global financial markets.
ISS of Denmark, one of the world’s largest cleaning firms, is planning to get rid of about 100,000 jobs - more than a fifth of its workforce.
Layoffs at Thomson Reuters will trim 12% of the media giant’s workforce, and eliminate 3,200 jobs to streamline the business and reduce costs.
China and the US are leading the way in AI employment globally, with China topping the list with just over 12,000 job listings.
Staff at Ted Baker allege that there is a culture of harassment at the company that is "wilfully ignored by those in charge".
Bayer AG is expected to restructure 12,000 jobs - effectively some 10% of its workforce - as it exits peripheral businesses like animal health.
Wage growth in 2017 slowed to its lowest rate since 2008, despite solid economic growth and falling unemployment in major economies.
IKEA Group plans to cut 7,500 administrative jobs worldwide, in which the expected redundancies consist of 5% of the company's current workforce.
According to the IMD World Talent Ranking 2018, Singapore leads the Asia-Pacific pack, followed by Hong Kong and Malaysia.
The #GoogleWalkout saw more than 1,000 Googlers stage a short mid-day walkout to protest sexual harassment and inequality.
At its new factory in Shanghai, China, ABB will have robots and humans collaborating to make more robots.
The top three demotivators of the workplace are lack of recognition, feeling invisible or undervalued, and bad managers.
With its extreme highs and lows, international football has plenty of teambuilding lessons to offer leaders and organisations.
Asia's shortage is attributed to the region's growing economies and the enactment of new cybersecurity and data privacy legislation.
The exacerbation of trade wars present "real risks” to the global economy, with as many as millions of jobs on the line.
Robert Walters reports increased hiring in Europe and Asia, with recruitment activity at its highest levels across Britain.
With the proposed law, the UK government aims to tackle the lack of social mobility among ethnic minorities.
The layoffs are part of a larger restructuring effort that the US carmarker hopes will cut costs over the next three to five years.
The European nation has been struggling to replenish its skilled workforce, and is hoping the new law will help attract high-calibre talent.
The pharmaceutical giant is restructuring to focus more on personalised medicines, a move that will consolidate more than 2,000 jobs.
The British investment firm will pay for working mothers to courier their expressed breast milk home during business trips.