The rate of hiring in South Korea may have slowed in comparison to past months, but the country’s employment rate has reached its highest.
Organisations should look into hiring employees who have demonstrated the desire to keep learning and wanting to grow into their careers through time.
Return to office mandates are increasing in numbers. but the results on productivity and positive benefits do not outweigh the problems, says research.
Employees in Hong Kong are willing to give up their flexible working arrangements if their employers would agree to give them a pay rise to compensate.
The four-day workweek was a cost-cutting solution for an organisation, but now their CEO says it has yielded great results for their employees.
Tracking two groups of employees within one organisation, research has found that personal phone use helped reduce stress.
Salaries will continue to rise steadily in 2024 across certain industries, but challenges persist for organisations to attract new employees.
DHL Express sees several strategic changes and appointments within the Asia Pacific region in order to promote and cultivate continued growth.
The number of employees looking to change jobs in 2024 has increased, with most attributing the act to seeking higher pay and compensation
Air quality at work does not just affect the health of employees, but also the ability to create solutions at work, new research from NTU shows.
New minimum wage rates have now taken effect in Thailand across different regions, with different rate variations to accommodate the needs of these areas.
HR leaders must address shifting dynamics such as technology advances and workforce tensions in 2024, says new research from Gartner.
More employers should be aware of the type of culture they have in the office to create a great attitude towards paid parental leave, an expert says.
Recruiters are making common mistakes in the interview process, and employers should take note of them to find better candidates and reduce hiring bias.
Research from the Arizona State University is recommending how employees can enhance their physical surroundings for effective work.
Leaders must take charge in helping their employees become rejuvenated and re-energised for the sake of the organisation and productivity.
Top jobs in demand for 2023 and 2024 include finance, ICT, health and social services and professional services, say Singapore job experts.
More employees are discussing what affects them at work, and the biggest detriment to working relationships between colleagues? Toxic positivity.
Job applicants would do well to add this crucial step to their application process when it comes to standing out from the crowd.
When it comes to what employees in South Korea want this year, across all sectors, the answer seems overwhelming: higher wages.
With wage hike orders implemented across 15 sectors across the Philippines, the governmental boards are hoping that this would correct wage distortions.
The Australian government is exploring trials to implement the four-day workweek for civil servants, with a reduction model in the works for the trials.
The biggest obstacle that talented and successful employees often face that can make them unable to see their own successes? Imposter Syndrome.
Employees can rest easier: AI’s impact on the jobscape will not affect job availability for aspiring applicants up to 2026
Inclusive leadership, and the way organisations perceive it, must change in order to develop the best of the workforce.
Employees need to re-evaluate how they develop emotional intelligence and process their feelings to be effective at work.
More needs to be done to address women’s participation in the workforce to boost their pay and address economic challenges.
As Thailand shifts to a more digital-focused job market, more employees are shifting their focus to benefits beyond financial compensation.
Employees who change jobs too often are at a disadvantage when it comes to applying for new jobs, warns Kevin O’Leary.
A recent study shows that male employees are more likely to be affected than female employees by bullying in the workplace.