In celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8, we spoke to women leaders to get their views on challenges faced by women at work.
Vivian Chua, Vice-President, Singapore Managing Director, HP, believes more should be done to challenge the stereotypes of women at work.
The social media company has asked all its employees to work from home as a precaution amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.
Gladys Chun, Head of Legal, Compliance and Government Affairs, Lazada Group, believes women should have equal access to leadership roles.
Jeanne Achille, Founder and CEO of The Devon Group, shares why the possibilities are endless for women in the workplace.
Alice Thien, Vice President, Human Resources, Wirecard APAC, has urged women to make themselves more visible and heard in the workplace.
One in two female office workers in Singapore feel they are underpaid. And one of the reasons for that could be their negotiation skills.
Giet Koh, Head of Account Management at Deliveroo Singapore, believes mentorship is key for more women to be in leadership positions.
Roselin Lee, Vice President of Human Resources, Shiseido Asia Pacific, believes more needs to be done to recognise women’s efforts and achievements.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Joy Koh, Head of Consulting APAC at Alexander Mann Solutions, believes organisations can do more to support women.
Leading co-working space company WeWork has appointed Kimberly A. Ross as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
The company behind popular brands like Cadbury, OREO and Ritz biscuits has appointed Glenn Caton as its President for South East Asia.
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While digital usage in Indonesia is among the highest in the world, digital literacy is still relatively low. And Gojek plans to help improve that.
The Malaysian government has reduced the minimum employee contribution rate for the Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) from 11% to 7%.
The COVID-19 outbreak has led to one of the biggest work-from-home exercises in recent times. Here’s a list of companies who have implemented it.
Singapore developer CapitaLand is the latest company to implement wage freeze and pay cuts to deal with the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The online travel site is set to lay off 3,000 jobs worldwide to cut operating cost after what it described as a “disappointing” 2019.
Razer CEO and founder Tan Min Liang is known as the man responsible for the company’s success. But how is he like as a boss?
For the sixth consecutive year, the logistics giant is named the Top Employer in Asia Pacific for its excellence in employee conditions and practices.
The companies are recognised for their business integrity and corporate citizenship after being named in the 2020 World’s Most Ethical Companies list.
Organisations in Malaysia were awarded and recognised for their excellence in HR practices at the MIHRM Malaysia-International HR Awards.
As Accountancy continues to transform, it’s important for professionals to upskill and keep pace with the changes. And they can do so with ISCA.
Singapore state investment firm Temasek is freezing salaries of employees while asking its senior management to take a voluntary pay cut.
The acquisition gives Cornerstone OnDemand more talent experience tools to complement its base of learning and skills development products.
Gone are the days of the traditional employee. The employee of today has a different definition of work. Are organisations ready for them?
With the economy coming to a stand-still, financial institutions in Hong Kong and Singapore are putting their recruitment plans on hold.
The latest acquisition of Cornerstone Technology will help Google Cloud compete with cloud leaders Amazon and Microsoft.
The two industry leaders in human capital management and workforce management have merged to bring together their solutions.
McDonald’s is one of the leaders of automation in the fast-food industry in Singapore. But instead of cutting jobs, they have transformed them.