Skills are becoming outdated quickly so new hires need to show propensity to learn instead says tech giant’s boss.
More than 200 former employees are fighting to get back wages from last two months from the Singapore-based online grocery delivery firm.
New US research shows there is still a fear of technology replacing jobs, but plenty of staff feel prepared to embrace technology at the highest levels.
Financial services industry facing a tough time as firms restructure to deal with digitalisation and weakening economic outlook.
The appliance maker is relocating its head office to the region and hiring across Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines over the next four years.
Caroline Liow, Singapore Investment Bank Operations Head for Deutsche Bank, speaks about its strong focus on technology.
While millennials hog all the headlines, the next generation after them are now entering the workforce with different attitudes and expectations.
Despite shedding 18,000 jobs, Deutsche Bank has plenty to be optimistic about,explains its head of HR for Singapore.
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Singapore, China and Japan are way down the list which is propped up by South Korea when it comes to workplace preparedness among older workers.
What staff put on their company expenses can tell a lot about their attitudes toward their employer, giving a snapshot of how happy they are.
Some number crunching shows how long it would take workers across the globe to pay for the 11th edition of the iPhone.
It’s a controversial argument put forward by IBM that questions whether the pace of innovation has unexpectedly slowed.
Its leader Carrie Lam is talking about creating new jobs and has tried to get a PR agency to help rebrand the troubled city.
The country’s largest flight school is turning to females to help meet a shortage of pilots in Asia as demand soars.
Japan’s employment policies under spotlight after personnel worker was sent to work in warehouse after returning from paternal leave.
British American Tobacco plans to lay off 4% of its workforce including a fifth of senior managers as health fears over vaping grow.
The former handset maker is now a cybersecurity expert and is riding off the back of privacy concerns in the region to drive revenue.
The bank wants to help the next generation heads of Asia’s family-led firms to run and grow their businesses.
California lawmakers pass a controversial bill that requires firms to treat independent contractors as employees.
While most billion dollar startups are expanding headcount, Bukalapak is cutting its workforce to become leaner.
The coffee giant will bring in a raft of improvements to lure workers and streamline mundane tasks amid aggressive competition.
Laszlo Bock believes that we are on the cusp of an HR revolution like the operations and manufacturing revolutions a century ago.
As Jack Ma stands down from Alibaba with billions in the bank and an entire leadership philosophy in his name, how does anyone follow in his footsteps?
The ASEAN economy ranked first in the region for its delegation of human resources management practices.
Pressure is growing on the Thai government to review out-dated immigration rules to avoid scaring off foreign talent and investment.
Our coverage continues with a look at how the ongoing protests and troubles are affecting companies and workers in the city.
The accounting software provider’s Chief People Officer and CEO work hand-in-hand to meet workforce needs.
The concept is out-dated for a number of reasons explains respected economist at the Asian Development Bank.
Three of the top 10 countries who work the longest hours are in this region with Singapore and Thailand not far behind.