The Australian government believes more efforts can be made to encourage workplace giving and make it a key component of national philanthropic goals.
Fathers who took parental leave account for 24.1%, up 1.5 percentage points from the previous year, reflecting changes in social norms.
The Department of Labour and Employment (DOLE) plans to align education requirements with relevant agencies to equip citizens with the skills they need.
A survey in Taiwan cited a weaker economic growth and employment outlook next year as the reasons for the downbeat sentiment.
Instead of enforcing flexible working hours, the amendments proposed for the revised employment act are aimed at increasing employee productivity.
Failure to do so by December 24 may result in legal consequences, warned the Philippines’ Department of Labour and Employment (DOLE).
The Malaysia government is collecting feedback from related agencies on the revised act that promotes flexible working hours.
Employers who provide the right value proposition to Gen Z employees are more likely to be able to retain them in their first job for more than two years.
Most employees still work two days a week or more from home, the Melbourne CBD Return to Office Survey for December found.
Organisations risk low morale among employees if they fail to invest in technologies to support their hybrid working strategies.
While employment continued to grow in Q3’2022, the Ministry of Manpower expects this momentum to be stunted in the months ahead.
Managers should implement individualised consideration to meet the divergent needs of employees, says new research from MIT.
Working from home jeopardises vital in-person collaboration and creates conflict between employers and employees, said entrepreneur James Dyson.
Employers are also encouraged to roll out policies to encourage workers to return to work after the celebration of Tet, the Vietnamese New Year.
Those who are curious about how the world works and their role in it are likely to innovate at the workplace, said CEO Adam Selipsky.
Unlike their more experienced counterparts, younger employees will choose more income over having more free time.
Employers and employees must work together to adapt to new ways of working in a rapidly changing and evolving economic environment.
The factors that weigh on unfair compensation include discrimination, bias in hiring, and having more men in senior management roles.
To allow employees to thrive in a hybrid environment, organisations should design work models around the needs of their workforce.
10 million workers, or 60% of Malaysia’s workforce, will need to be retrained and upskilled over the next five years.
If left unchecked, workplace harassment can negatively impact employees’ mental health and hurt the bottom line of organisations.
Talent acquisition and retention is also one of the biggest challenges faced by SMEs around the world, reported the World Economic Forum.
Compared to large organisations, about four in 10 employees working for organisations with less than 300 staff are non-regular workers.
Organisations in APAC are looking to create an office work environment that will appeal to employees who prefer to work remotely.
In addition to achieving increased productivity, relocation also ensures business continuity in the event of a major disaster occurring in the city centre.
Among the career trends that are expected to gain traction next year are flexible work arrangements, and four-day work weeks.
More businesses in the Philippines are expanding to provincial locations and establishing offices outside Metro Manila.
The average starting salary of a university graduate is now almost twice that of an ITE graduate, and this gap persists over their lifetimes.
Employers must do more to eradicate workplace harassment in their organisations, said the Australian Human Rights Commission.
Driven by raising inflation, the decline in wages marks the first instance of negative growth this century, said the ILO.