With investors and stakeholders demanding transparency, accountability, and responsibility, ESG is now a key business consideration.
Deliberately or otherwise, managers are more inclined to turn to employees they deem as loyal to complete additional job tasks.
Managers contacting remote employees outside designated working hours is causing stress and burning out employees.
In his new role, Sekiguchi will oversee Nissan’s business performance and brand development in South-East Asia.
Organisations may need to do more to prevent new hires from taking the increasingly common route of returning to their previous employers.
The Sick Pay Guarantee scheme allows casual and contract employees to access up to 38 hours a year of sick and carer’s pay.
With more global organisations hit by cybersecurity breaches in recent times, more payroll leaders are recognising the importance of data security.
Dr CJ Meadows will be at HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 to explain why design thinking is becoming a top priority for high-performing HR teams today.
Prioritising female employees’ health and safety can help organisations create an open and supportive work culture.
Plans to revise the current 52-hour workweek will afford employees more control over how they manage their working hours.
Organisations that fail to listen to and address the concerns and challenges faced by employees are at risk of losing their best talent.
One of the best ways to retain talent is to align DE&I with employee experience, says Sony Music Entertainment’s Wendy Weehuizen.
2023 is likely to remain a jobseekers’ market in South-East Asia and Hong Kong, with employees confident of finding alternative employment.
Speaking with HRM Asia, Joanne Flinn, Chairwoman of the ESG Institute, explains why ESG is becoming a business imperative for organisations.
Gavin Morse, Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp, shares how organisations can elevate employee experience to retain their best talent.
Maxim van Damme will strengthen Randstad’s commitment to build sustained relationships with customers, talent, and employees in Singapore.
To encourage employees to spend more time with their families, an Indian company is shutting down workstations after employees’ shifts have ended.
Through the expansion of the Ceridian Partner Network, Ceridian will work with partners to deliver HCM capabilities to customers in Asia.
By May 1, employees will be required to be in office at least three times a week, except those in customer support and sales roles.
The announcement comes as the tech company prepares to lay off 10% of its workforce through the end of the fiscal year.
The addition of Carol Surface represents the tech company’s first-ever appointment in the newly created position.
Chris Clarke will be Visa’s new Chairman, Asia Pacific, with Stephen Karpin taking over Clarke as Regional President, Asia Pacific.
For meetings to be effective and achieve their goals, employees should be encouraged to speak ahead of managers and leaders.
Many organisations still practice hybrid work, yet many employees may lack the insight on how to maintain professional etiquette.
A failure to focus on DE&I lowers organisations’ standing among consumers and make them a less attractive proposition for employees.
Miki Tsusaka has been named as the new President of Microsoft Japan and will lead key initiatives for Microsoft in Japan.
While hiring sentiments remain positive, momentum in the labour market is expected to ease, says the Ministry of Manpower (MOM).
Tasked with leading Grab’s product innovations, Kandal will also continue to lead Geo, Grab’s vertical that powers location-based intelligence and services.
In this special report, HRM Asia spoke to organisations on the key strategies that will make flexible work successful in 2023.
Organisations should rethink how they manage traditional workhours to get the best out of employees who work from the office.