With talent mobility more important than ever in this new era of work, what are the four mindset shifts organisations need to adopt?
According to a recent survey done by the company, more than half of its employees want to return to the office, but not everyday.
More employees will be allowed to return to the office subject to capacity limits, although work-from-home remains the default mode of working.
A recent survey showed that more than half of Japanese workers are willing to delay their retirement age, mainly due to financial concerns.
Apple employees have been working remotely since the start of the pandemic and CEO Tim Cook has been impressed by how they adapted to it.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison hopes the declining COVID-19 cases is a sign of better things to come for Australia’s job market.
Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing said Singaporeans should not worry as there are 3.5 million jobs for 2.5 million locals.
Hong Kong continues to grapple with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, with its recovery threatened by a third wave of infection.
The bank had put a pause on its job cuts during the COVID-19 pandemic but will now resume the cost-cutting exercise.
The company, who has offices in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, sees Singapore as a strategic location to expand its presence in Southeast Asia.
It is now a matter of ‘be agile or die’ in the post COVID-19 world. How can organisations make sure they adapt to the new normal?
Malaysia saw an improvement in its unemployment rate after the progressive reopening of economic sectors in May.
SIA CEO said it is the “hardest and most agonising decision”, and that the retrenchment will be done in a fair and respectful manner.
Many workers who lost their jobs have resorted to farming, with employment in farming rising by 14 million in August.
This is an exciting and important time for companies to unlearn what they have learnt for so many years in order to adapt to the new normal.
The economic outlook remains uncertain and Singapore has yet to feel the full economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, experts said.
The COVID-19 pandemic has steered leadership in a new direction as leaders look to help navigate their organisations in the new normal.
Manpower Minister Josephine Teo also revealed there were 90,500 unemployed Singaporeans and permanent residents as of June this year.
The coalition will collaborate to outline a set of guidelines for businesses and communities to help restart the economy safely.
The deployment of 5G would contribute up to RM12.7 billion between 2021 and 2025 to the Malaysia’s economy.
The reopening of the economy in the Philippines has helped the country reduce its unemployment numbers.
The latest job data paints a bleak outlook for Japan as it continues to struggle to recover from the economic impact caused by the pandemic.
The MOM is stepping up their scrutiny and enforcement actions against employers in Singapore who blatantly practise discrimination.
Further measures such as subsidies to encourage more hiring and domestic travel are expected to be rolled out in the near future.
Under the special measure, companies will be given 100% subsidy for employees who are on paid leave for the next three months.
Minister for Manpower Josephine Teo said the adjustment is to enable firms to access the manpower they need while ensuring a strong Singaporean core.
Zoom CEO Eric Yuan believes that the world will see a hybrid working model as solely working from home is unlikely and unsustainable.
The airline also revealed plans to outsource ground handling at major Australian airports, including Sydney and Melbourne.
The human resources ministry in Malaysia is working to reduce cases of local and foreign workers losing their jobs through the redeployment initiative
The three most common cost-cutting measures are adjustments to monthly salary components, no-pay leave and shorter work weeks.