The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development has warned South Korea to moderate any increases in its minimum wage.
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Real-wage salaries across the globe are predicted to increase by 1% on average this year, down from the forecast of 1.5% for last year.
If plans by the Indonesia Manpower Ministry come to fruition, women in the country will soon enjoy more flexible working hours.
The most popular reasons for desiring change were low pay, poor working conditions, and poor company prospects.
The wide-spread error has resulted in an underpayment of unemployment benefits, in the range of billions of yen.
Hong Kong’s minimum wage will increase to HK$37.50 per hour, from the current HK$34.50 - the highest since it was introduced.
Taiwanese firms are now expected to give lower year-end bonuses for the upcoming Chinese New Year in early February.
The law allows employers to compel up to 400 hours per year of overtime from employees; effectively an extra day a week.
Following the revised Minimum Wage Act, which resulted in a higher minimum wage, South Korean small businesses are struggling to stay afloat.
Hong Kong Disneyland employees aged 60 or above are now allowed to continue on open-ended permanent contracts with no termination date.
Maybank employees in Malaysia will see a 10% pay raise, following the bank signing onto a Collective Agreement with its in-house unions.
Monthly salaries of new hires in Taiwan dropped from the previous year, with engineering graduates receiving the highest pay compared to others.
Labour costs in Vietnam are among the highest in Southeast Asian countries, and poses the largest investment risk in the country.
The ongoing war for talent is preventing firms finding and hiring qualified and skilled talent, and also causing a rise in in salaries.
The projected overall salary increase is close to this year's growth rate.
The average monthly take-home pay for Taiwanese employees increased by 2.56%.
The slight increase in bonuses is reflected by a reduction in the rate of increase from year to year.
Wage growth in 2017 slowed to its lowest rate since 2008, despite solid economic growth and falling unemployment in major economies.
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More Malaysian youths will probably be willing to do 'dangerous, dirty and difficult' jobs if they are paid more.
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.
Compared to Taiwan and the Middle East, a Vietnamese worker earned more working in Japan and South Korea in the 2010-2017 period.
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.
Labour groups have deemed the new minimum wage increase in Manila as insufficient for overworked and underpaid workers.
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