Championing inclusivity and diversity, its Lead With Care programme provides support for employees who have children with disabilities.
Legislation to criminalise “wage theft” while promoting labour rights in Australia has not been met by universal approval.
Many organisations operating in Tokyo have not drawn up continuity plans that will help them manage the spillover effects of natural disasters.
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Malaysia is targeting 60% female labour participation through policy enhancements, ecosystem support, and training.
The country’s gig economy faces a seismic shift as new legislation could reshape conditions and rights for “employee-like workers”.
Exposure to mental health posts may create negative perceptions of job candidates by recruiters, impacting interview impressions.
Between April and June, the country’s labour force increased by 1.7% to 39.7 million, led by non-agricultural sectors like hotels and restaurants.
A new study links dreams to workplace attitudes and actions and reveals a new approach to improving productivity and resilience in the workplace.
Private employers are encouraged to focus on fair compensation for skilled employees to raise the productivity of the country’s workforce.
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In contrast to older generations of employees, Gen Z is leading in demand for regular workplace feedback in Australia.
Ma. Theresa Llamas, CHRO, Newport World Resorts (NWR), is at the forefront of driving change and fostering innovation for her organisation.
Rick Hammel, CEO of Atlas, is recognised for his leadership in driving innovation, fostering inclusivity, and facilitating global talent connections.
The Public Service Division (PSD) of Singapore achieves recognition for its innovative AI-powered One Talent Gateway.
REPH has been honoured for cultivating an inclusive work environment, prioritising talent development and learning opportunities.
Skill enhancement support unveiled by Singapore’s government aids retrenched employees, fostering long-term career preparedness.
Andrew Newmark, CHRO of Marriott International in the APEC region, redefines employee engagement in evolving workforce dynamics.
While many HR leaders are already leveraging on AI, many reserve concerns over the ethical use of AI in their industry.
Capability Group’s Sudan Jeganathan shares Axonify Deskless Report 2023, highlighting the challenges deskless employees face.
Approximately 10% of retail jobs could be at risk if the wage hike is mandated into law, says Bobby Claudio, President of the PRA.
Culture Amp’s Devshree Bhatt emphasises transparent performance management’s positive effects on change and employee engagement.
Paradox’s Josh Secrest illuminates how conversational AI transforms HR, streamlines talent acquisition, and enhances candidate experiences.
The financial and insurance sectors led in paternity leave uptake at 37.28%, while the hospitality and retailing showed modest 9.06% participation.
Nearly 900 organisations, each with over 250 employees, are set to disclose their gender pay gaps under new regulations.
The HRM Magazine Asia Q3 2023 issue highlights the need for human-centric workplaces amidst AI’s influence.
Maximising productive and sustainable job opportunities, and raising salaries, form part of a blueprint for inclusive labour development.
The country’s total workforce now numbers 28.68 million, as the unemployment rate fell to 2.7% in July, the lowest recorded since 1999.
Transitioning to a new career may not be as daunting as it seems and can lead to unforeseen fulfilment if certain choices are made.
Howden’s Primus Lee highlights the importance of empowering and engaging employees with the right benefits in flexible working environments.