Employment within Singapore's fintech industry appears strong with hiring expected to increase substantially over the coming 12 to 36 months
Turnover has increased in 8 out of 10 markets across the region as recruitment ramps up during the last quarter
Companies value the experience they bring to the table with Hong Kong the most eager to employ returnees.
A LinkedIn report highlights the distinct word choices that can discourage women from applying for jobs.
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.
DBS' Chief Data and Transformation Officer Paul Cobban has lead a 10-year change journey across the bank. He says he couldn't have done it without HR.
Youth unemployment is high in China, India, and South Korea with the supply of graduates outpacing the number of new job vacancies being created.
Companies in the US are gearing up to expand into Asian markets. They are in search of new talent, as well as customers.
Singapore launches initiative to make hiring of foreign talent in the tech industry easier due to an industry-wide shortage.
New research from Gartner shows indecision at the hiring stage could be costing organisations much more than just first chance at the best talent.
Singapore's unemployment rate rose to 3.1% in second quarter statistics released this month, following on from an increase in the first quarter.
Talents have cited Singapore as the best location for work in Asia. China has come in second, with Taiwanese and Hong Kong talent preferring it.
A cultural audit can help HR make onboarding more meaningful and effective, says Lilith Christiansen of software developer SilkRoad.
Thanks to a recent law change, some of Japan's biggest employers are now targeting Southeast Asia labour markets for new recruits.
More and more employers in the US are offering open-ended vacation packages as part of their advertised roles, jobs site Indeed has found.
According to the latest figures from the US Bureau of Labour Statistics, the demand for tech talent has reached historic levels.
The programme, centred in the US city of Detroit, has already improved the company's early-development and diversity pipelines.
WeWork's Head of People Yasu Sato explains how the company has leveraged its cultureOS ‘operating system’ to cultivate a workplace that millennials love.
Despite the preference for flexi-work by employees, it is still not common for businesses to offer flexible working arrangements.
Encouraging skilled workers who have taken career breaks back into the workforce could help businesses struggling with skill shortages.
Examining body language is one reason for the prevailing preference for face-to-face interactions today, including job interviews.
Hong Kong workers are increasingly leaving their previous jobs before securing a new offer, most commonly because they "could not stand" those jobs.
Competition for young talent is becoming increasingly stiff as young people are entering the workforce with greater expectations.
Top technology talent in Southeast Asia will have the opportunity to address urban challenges with AI, and to join Grab’s data science and AI team.
The Head of HR for Growth and Emerging Markets at Takeda outlines the three core people management principles adopted by her team.
Facing continuous technological and societal disruption, millennials and Gen Zs are skeptical of business’ motives and pessimistic about progress.
Singapore Airlines’takes the number one spot as the Randstad's Most Attractive Employer in Singapore for the fourth year running.
The 2019 Global Talent Competitiveness Index sees six Asia-Pacific countries in the top 30, while Seoul is the first Asian city to break into the top ten.
Implementing an effective HR strategy for the future is more about its ability to adapt, than its value as a permanent solution, explains Stephanie Morton.
Employees are expecting organisations to be agile, such as by offering options for part-time, project-based, contract, or remote work.