Ride hailing firm Grab will be partnering telco Singtel to form a new consortium to apply for a digital banking license in Singapore.
With the rising Millennial and Gen Z workforce, employers are coming up with game changing employee benefits to cater to their lifestyles.
2020 is set to be a year of change in the Asia Pacific as countries face different sets of challenges in the economic and talent market. Here are the top talent trends to look out for.
HR Tech columnist Steve Boese looks into the crystal ball to see what are the latest trends that will dominate HR technology in 2020.
The internet giants are expected to bring some 3,800 customer support jobs in-house to its offices in Philippines, India and Mississippi at the end of 2020.
With the wave of digital transformation set to grow strong in 2020, it’s vital for HR to adapt to the changes. We take a look at some of the top HR trends in the new year.
Malaysian Department of Labor announced that over 140,000 jobs have been matched on its jobs portal JobsMalaysia from January to November this year.
It’s tough times for the hotel industry in India as hotels chain Oyo Hotels and Homes is planning to lay off 2,000 jobs to cut operating cost.
A UK judge has ruled it legal for an employer to fire a worker for expressing her views that transgender women are not real women.
What are the jobs in Singapore that will be the most sought-after in the year of 2020? Hint: If you’re in the field of technology, good news for you!
Finding the right person for the job can be a frustrating, time consuming and costly process. Here are some tips for you to land the perfect candidate.
Interviewers for sanitation worker jobs in India were not expecting so many qualified applicants as hundreds of graduates lined up for the interview.
2019 has been a year of digital transformation across the region and HRM Asia has got it all covered. Here are the top digitalisation stories of the year.
Employees in Asia have the longest working hours globally but it has come at a price of productivity and ill health. Find out which countries top the charts.
Let’s take a look back on some of the biggest news in the region that have made 2019 one of the most defining years in the employment world.
Over 2000 Indonesia garment industry workers have been given a $4 million severance pay after their employer shut down its factory in 2018.
Malaysia workers can expect less jobs in the new year as companies look to cut down on operation costs with more vacancies going to low-level jobs.
Hundreds of Jetstar employees in Australia went on strike to demand for higher wages and better working conditions, affecting over 120 flights.
As digital transformation picks up pace in 2020 and IT teams become more crucial in businesses, here are some tips on how to better equip them.
Japan has been ranked one of the most expensive countries for expats after four of its cities took up top spots in the latest global charts.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened not to renew the franchise of ABS-CBN, which will affect 10,000 to 11,000 jobs.
Stiffer competition has prompted Maybank Kim Eng to lay off 5% of their workforce in Singapore as part of their latest restructuring exercise.
With the increasing cost of hiring new talents, Singapore companies plan to give more incentives in a bid to keep their employees.
This is the second year in a row that the company has won the award, which recognises leading employers in more than 115 countries around the world.
Employee retention is set to be the main challenge for employers in the new year. Here are some tips on how you can retain your best talents.
It is set to be a challenging year for employee retention in 2020 as about a quarter of Singaporean employees are looking to change jobs.
Sleeping at work tends to be frowned upon. But studies have shown there are many benefits in allowing employees to take short naps at work.
Asian workforces are set to see the world’s biggest salary rises once again in 2020, according to an annual forecasting report by ECA International.
Tough times have driven Hong Kong cosmetics retailer Sasa out of the Singapore market, with 22 stores set to close.