A new study looking at more than 6,000 PE deals shows they result in lower salaries and fewer jobs.
The Malaysians @ Work programme targets graduates, women and apprentices with incentives for workers and companies to help create 350,000 jobs.
Marcus Buckingham has told delegates to the HR Tech Conference and Exposition to stop fooling themselves around nine long-held myths.
Hong Kong-based duty-free operator DFS Group has backed down and agreed to pay higher severance pay to laid-off workers in Singapore.
Employees at Thomas Cook are worst hit in the mismanagement fiasco, and took to social media to air grievances.
The Asia region is expected to see a significant rise in medical benefit costs, although they will vary vastly from country to country.
Acts of kindness by the employers of bus drivers determined the overall state of their mental and physical health.
Australia continues to lead the region with nine companies ranked among the world's top 100 most diversity-focused organisations.
What staff put on their company expenses can tell a lot about their attitudes toward their employer, giving a snapshot of how happy they are.
The sum collected will be paid to workers who had been short-changed by their errant employers over a number of years.
California lawmakers pass a controversial bill that requires firms to treat independent contractors as employees.
Thousands of workers stranded as pilots of British carrier go on strike seeking higher pay through profit sharing.
A consultant says the urge to suppress salary discussions may be understandable, but laws in the US are moving in a different direction.
Japanese clothing giant is working with the International Labour Organization to push for better worker protection.
The clock is ticking fast on this year's Readers Choice Awards: nominations absolutely must be finalised by the end of next week.
China and Japan fuelling massive rise in wellness spending by companies as they do more for employees’ health.
Millennials seek a different set of benefits and compensations from their traditional predecessors, and that has some talent acquisition experts in a quandary.
Employee engagement is at the heart of new survey products that provide continual data. Survey questions can be key to getting accurate results.
Female college graduates dominate in the work place influencing compensation packages.
Central Chinese government pressures companies to get employees to toe the line.
Employers fear the new Wage Code could open the door to a greater number of employee complaints and unfounded prosecutions.
It becomes the first country to let companies use digital currencies to pay workers
A rise in ‘’dishonest acts’’ by Malaysian bosses has prompted a trade union group to wade in to help protect workers
Employers worry that Southeast Asia’s largest economy has been losing ground due to its strict labour laws.
Singapore's Central Provident Fund payment rules can be confusing. TMF Group's Aileen Ng shares some of the places where HR can go wrong.
A new study has found that professional workers in Nairobi value company-sponsored healthcare above all other corporate benefits.
More and more employers in the US are offering open-ended vacation packages as part of their advertised roles, jobs site Indeed has found.
A new paternity leave scheme offers new fathers three days leave, but employers are urging the government not to leave them with the bill.
The Living Wage Foundation in the UK says employers should offer their part-time and casual staff a minimum of 16 hours' work per week.
Training employees on preventing burnout is one thing. Persuading managers to acknowledge its harmful effects is another thing entirely.