Jessie Ye, an Associate Director with TMF Group in China, says IT companies should resist the domestic industry pressure for 12 hours shifts.
Thanks to a recent law change, some of Japan’s biggest employers are now targeting Southeast Asia labour markets for new recruits.
More and more employers in the US are offering open-ended vacation packages as part of their advertised roles, jobs site Indeed has found.
Brave leadership is teachable—and essential to business success—according to researcher Brené Brown.
Data science may well save and elevate the function of HR—yet it will also eliminate much about how HR, as we know it, functions.
A new paternity leave scheme offers new fathers three days leave, but employers are urging the government not to leave them with the bill.
Employers expecting to attract top talent should focus on improving the employee experience. So says a new report from Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Jacely Voon, General Manager of Human Capital with Fuji Xerox Singapore, says employers need to embrace new concepts of “Human Intelligence”
The Living Wage Foundation in the UK says employers should offer their part-time and casual staff a minimum of 16 hours’ work per week.
Deutsche Bank has announced an unprecedented restructure that will see its global workforce reduced by almost 20%.
According to the latest figures from the US Bureau of Labour Statistics, the demand for tech talent has reached historic levels.
The HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards are back again in 2019, with nominations across 23 categories now open to all Asia-Pacific based HR service providers.
Training employees on preventing burnout is one thing. Persuading managers to acknowledge its harmful effects is another thing entirely.
Many say the minimum wage in Vietnam should rise this year, but there is dispute about how much of a jump can be afforded.
Trust leaders, marketing monitors, and some of the industry-agnostic corporate roles emerging in the talent landscape.
PwC’s Rod Adams says new technology-based skills are impacting jobs throughout the world economy, from teachers to bankers to truck drivers.
With a celebrity spokesperson leading the charge, the #kutoo movement is polarising Japan’s workplace conversation.
Far East Hospitality – a leading hotels and serviced residences provider – believes that treating employees well is the key to business success.
The programme, centred in the US city of Detroit, has already improved the company’s early-development and diversity pipelines.
Peter Quinlan, from Tata Communications, says AI can streamline collaboration between humans by automating tedious or repetitive task.
Lisa Butler, Global Chief Talent and Diversity Officer, for Manulife, says celebrations of Pride Month need to be matched by real action from business.
After its merger, the newly formed Kraft Heinz Co. got straight to work on formalising LGBTQ inclusion across its US organisation and beyond.
New research, some controversial opinions, and an ominous new trend caught HRM Asia readers’ attention over the past month.
Varun Bhatia, AirAsia Group’s Chief People Officer, talks exclusively about the low-cost airline’s people-first approach.
Leong Chee Tung, CEO of EngageRocket, says companies need to reduce the gap between the promised Employee Value Proposition and reality.
A new report from HR technology analyst Josh Bersin and his team highlights three strategies for performance management in the digital era.
The World Health Organisation has formally labelled burnout as a medical condition, and Filipino labour advocates want change.
Putting wellbeing at the center of your employer brand can help you stand out in the war for talent, argues Lorna Borenstein.
Hundreds of thousands of women have downed tools in Switzerland to join an organised strike for greater equality in work.
WeWork’s Head of People Yasu Sato explains how the company has leveraged its cultureOS ‘operating system’ to cultivate a workplace that millennials love.