Working remotely does not mean working in isolation and remote employees can grow social capital to succeed in their job roles.
Business coach Katie O’Malley compares parenting with business leadership and shares some of the business skills that can be learnt from parenting.
As a result of declining birth rates, fewer young Taiwanese 15-29 are employed, while employees in other age ranges are on the rise.
Dr Lee will be bringing near three decades of experience in the full spectrum of Human Resources across global and local organisations.
New evidence shows that getting paid paternity leave for fathers can decrease gender biases and promote less stereotypical gender roles.
The company has named Ng Wee Wei as the Market Unit Lead for South East Asia, with Mark Tham to succeed Ng as Country Managing Director.
Employers are showing bias and offering leadership positions to job applicants with English names over other ethnic minorities.
Day 2 of the HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 is jam-packed with presentations and innovations that will shape the way organisations work in 2023 and beyond.
To become better leaders, aspiring managers need to look above, across, and even below themselves in the organisation.
Key elements to attract emerging millennial and Gen Z workforce include flexibility, learning and development, and purpose-driven work.
Women in their 30s are making up higher numbers in South Korea’s working population, while numbers of men in the same age group are declining.
Job applicants are afraid to ask for higher salaries in jobs that push for altruism and charity, resulting in them losing out on more pay.
Rachele Focardi, Founder, XYZ@Work, will be at HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 to share her expertise on multigenerational workforce dynamics.
ChatGPT-maker Sam Altman has expressed his dislike of a fully remote work model, calling it an experiment that has finished and failed.
Remote work may stall the upward progression of an employee’s career, especially if they are looking to become leaders, said Arvind Krishna.
With lifelong employment on the decline, employees have to adapt and develop new skills to continue being employable.
One of the key attributes to the income wage gap between genders can be due to the differences in job searching behaviour, says a new study.
A recent revision has labour groups clamouring for a more regular review and increment of the minimum wage in Hong Kong.
As the rise of AI tools make certain job responsibilities redundant, employees can adapt by gaining key skills such as analytical thinking.
To bridge wage gaps and improve employability, the Singapore government is committed to helping employees constantly reskill and upgrade.
Mental health issues such as anxiety or depression are causing the country to lose about S$16 billion annually in lost productivity.
Chatbots are a viable tool to assist entry-level and low-skilled employees with complex tasks, according to a study.
By prioritising total wellbeing, the brewery company is creating an environment where all employees can thrive and unlock their full potential
To create a more diverse and inclusive workforce, the Australian civil service is considering offering more flexible work rights for public employees.
Even though anxiety over job security still prevails, expectations of a salary raise continue to rise amongst employees in Singapore.
Organisations can do more to help autistic employees who might not be able to cope with working on site after years of remote working.
Creativity can be inculcated in employees lower in the organisational hierarchy when they are given more time to engage in tasks.
Successful hybrid work models work when organisations develop clear and explicit work norms, which encourages employees to stay.
Employees will receive more training opportunities to advance their careers or find new employment in the event of retrenchment.
As gig economy companies adopt AI algorithm data sets, employees may find themselves being paid differently for the same amount of work.