Thanks to the growth of certain sectors, unemployment in Indonesia is now at 7 million, down from 7.04 million in the previous year.
Samsung will be hiring 8,700 workers from its subcontractors, as the firm looks to boost employees’ job security.
Michael Byrne, Managing Director of logistics giant the Toll Group, talks about how disruption is impacting the human capital needs of the industry.
Almost all CFOs surveyed say they've made a bad hiring decision; a problem that seems to be a global issue.
Japan is looking to hire more workers, but is struggling to keep up with a shrinking working-age population in the country.
China looks to hire more Filipino teachers with good pay in a move to strengthen China-Philippines relations.
The fall in the number of foreign executives in South Korea has affected diversity of corporate culture, as companies struggle to hire talented people.
Check out what caught readers' attention over the month of October, from hi-tech staff lounges to the HRM Asia Watch List.
At the end of the day, it is - ironically - the human factor that has the potential to address society’s need for tech-literate talent.
China created more than 11 million new jobs from January to September this year, even as the unemployment rate fell very slightly.
Israel, one of the top destination countries for overseas Filipino workers, is looking to hire more Filipino hotel workers and caregivers.
The conglomerate is looking to invest some $61 billion at home and abroad, and to leverage emerging technologies.
Thanks to steady economic improvement, Taiwan's unemployment rate in September was as low as it's ever been in almost two decades.
Southeast Asia is facing a massive talent crunch amidst growing investments in the region, according to recruitment experts.
Danny Li, co-founder, AsiaHospitalityCareers.com, sheds light on the reality of the hospitality industry's employment outlook.
The Japanese ambassador to the Philippines says the country will open its doors to more Filipino workers, mainly to serve its aging population.
China's semiconductor industry is facing a major talent shortfall of up to 400,000 people by 2020, according a new report.
Talent Plus earned its second Readers’ Choice Award for 2018 in the highly-prized category of Best HR Consultancy.
Asia's shortage is attributed to the region's growing economies and the enactment of new cybersecurity and data privacy legislation.
Hong Kong commercial broadcaster Television Broadcasts Limited has cut 150 jobs as it looks to restructure operations.
A new study has found that most HR leaders in the region are hesitant to say that their organisations are future-ready.
Robert Walters reports increased hiring in Europe and Asia, with recruitment activity at its highest levels across Britain.
South Korean firms are adopting blind hiring for select positions, so that they focus more on skills and performance.
South Korean government looks to tackle unemployment and beef up efforts in creating new jobs while easing regulations on big companies.
Proposed measures to mitigate problems of Japan's ageing population have not gone down well with some locals.
Regional talent assessment consultancy Talent Plus was honoured for its corporate-level leadership programme in the Readers’ Choice Awards.
Vietnam's labour force increased by more than half a million people over the first three quarters of 2018, coinciding with a slight increase to the average wage.
These traditional practices include lifetime employment and mass hiring of graduates, and are now thought to be oudated.
Expanding a business comes with its own growing pains, writes Rick Hammell, CEO of Elements Global Services.
In a struggling job market, the unemployment levels have deteriorated to their worst since the Asian financial crisis of 1997.