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Harsh discrimination is on the rise within Indonesia’s Civil Service finds its Ombudsman.
The Southeast Asian economy has grand plans to raise its retirement age, allow trade unions and become a leading innovation centre.
Despite Indonesia being Southeast Asia’s biggest economy, it is being bypassed by Chinese companies in favour of its nimbler neighbours.
Small firms may not be ready for new measures to shorten the maximum weekly working hours from 68 hours to 52.
Authorities in China are doubling down on national efforts to eradicate wage defaults across the economy.
A new CHRO could seize the chance to address the sexual harassment allegations suddenly plaguing the company.
Paternity leave is guaranteed under Japanese law, but few employees attempt to utilise it. One Canadian expat says that led to an uncomfortable workplace.
The nationwide strike affected more than 50 assembly plants throughout the US, but was ended on October 16.
A viral workplace video designed to highlight food production employer’s poor health and safety practices reveals one of its secret recipes instead.
A Malaysian recruitment agency is launching a new ethical hiring model that it hopes others in the industry will follow.
Employees at Thomas Cook are worst hit in the mismanagement fiasco, and took to social media to air grievances.
More than 200 former employees are fighting to get back wages from last two months from the Singapore-based online grocery delivery firm.
The sum collected will be paid to workers who had been short-changed by their errant employers over a number of years.
Japan's employment policies under spotlight after personnel worker was sent to work in warehouse after returning from paternal leave.
California lawmakers pass a controversial bill that requires firms to treat independent contractors as employees.
Japanese clothing giant is working with the International Labour Organization to push for better worker protection.
Spy gadgets are rising in popularity to record abuse and harassment by bosses following changes in law.
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad says retiring at 60 is good enough and will avoid ‘’deadwood’’ in the workplace.
Job seekers in India seek companies online presence before applying and want to read employer reviews.
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.
Chinese workers are in high demand in online gaming hubs in the Philippines but they could be working illegally it warns.
Proactive employers are increasing retirement and re-employment ages for their senior staff beyond the legal requirements
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.
In an unrelated civil court case, a former HR leader at IBM has said that massive layoffs were part of an effort to appeal to millennial talent.
The Hong Kong-based airline has issued a warning to staff as local protests escalate throughout the city and shut down the airport.
New tools allow companies to put their workers under the microscope like never before - but are the insights worth the implications for trust and privacy?