Kara Cheung, General Manager, Hong Kong and Macau, Amgen, explains the importance of setting up a purpose-driven work culture.
As South Korea’s population ages and more employees leave the workforce, pension reserves are predicted to deplete by 2055.
A hybrid approach that supports a productive and healthy workforce can enhance the long-term success of organisations.
More organisations in Japan intend to raise wages to keep pace with inflation, including those that had previously done so.
To ensure the success of an organisation, leadership skills and effectiveness must evolve along with their workforce, a survey finds.
Government employees in the Philippines who have worked for 15 years and reached 56 will be entitled to a lifelong old-age pension under this bill.
88% of the organisations in Vietnam intend to raise salaries this year despite the forecast of a global economic downturn.
Akio Toyoda, who oversaw the rise of the Japanese car manufacturer to become one of the world’s leading automakers, will be replaced by Sato.
With the interchangeable holiday policy, employees at Unilever are free to exchange a public holiday for another day that is more significant to them.
Health and wellness are important to millennials, and they are willing to spend on what is of importance to them.
Vacancies remain at historically high levels in Australia, indicating strong employment and a healthy labour market.
Nathalie Huynh, Country HR Director, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Schneider Electric, highlights why organisations should prioritise sustainability in 2023.
Providing employees with career mobility opportunities can help organisations grow and retain their best employees.
Companies spent more than 5 trillion won (US$4.04 billion) on managing environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives in 2022.
Business leaders are looking to redefine their priorities to focus on maximising value while driving profits in today’s challenging marketplace.
Diversity is commonly understood to refer to visible differences, but it encompasses a much broader range of characteristics within the workplace.
Frontline employees who feel a sense of belonging are less likely to resign, underscoring the importance of meeting their needs and preferences.
Employees are also recognising the importance of upgrading their skills and learning new ones to expand their career options.
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Organisations can do more to create a psychologically safe work environment that improves employee engagement, performance, and retention.
Firms are likely to offer pay hikes of 2.85%, consisting of a 1.08% increase in base salaries and a 1.78% increase in seniority-based pay.
In addition to legislation, employers are encouraged to play a more active role in creating an inclusive and fair work environment for their employees.
Her responsibilities as CMO include brand strategy, corporate communications, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives.
Deel’s Karen Ng highlights why employers are going beyond their shores in search of the right talent and the role Deel is playing to support them.
More employees are expected to request pay raises from their employers, while others will look for higher-paying positions.
More than 50% of Kakao employees have reportedly joined the Krew Union in response to a mandated return to office this March.
Non-regular workers, self-employed individuals, and freelancers with children may soon be eligible for a child-rearing allowance.
Moving from GfK to Kantar, Leung will focus on leading Kantar’s regional team to develop relationships with its new and existing partners.
The business outlook for 2023 is more cautious, considering the challenges in manpower, wages and inflation that are anticipated to continue.
The country is gradually returning to pre-pandemic levels with an addition of 816,000 jobs in 2022, the highest increase recorded in 20 years.