HR leaders will unite at CHRO Singapore to shape the future of work, exploring innovation, tech, and inclusivity for organisational transformation.
As the number of employees working remotely rises, so do expenses incurred that have to be covered by the employee instead of the employer, research says.
TalentCorp reinforces its commitment to combat graduate unemployment with comprehensive internship frameworks.
Amidst progress in Japan’s workforce taking more paid leave, challenges loom as the government aims for a 70% utilisation rate by 2025.
The country sees an increase in paid employees this year, but also sees a decline in hiring younger employees in their 20s or younger.
The partnership will offer organisations an integrated platform for efficient, compliant, and secure global payroll operations.
An ongoing workplace shift is emphasising proactive wellbeing strategies as crucial for building long-term workforce resilience, says Dow’s Curtis Baker.
As organisations continue to develop key strategies for 2024, a focus on their employees is unlikely to be far from the minds of many HR leaders.
The median salaries earned between genders who are postgraduate degree holders are experiencing a narrowing gap throughout the years.
Unpaid overtime is becoming more prevalent in workplaces in Australia, particularly for employees between 18 and 29.
The increase in female employment in South Korea has been attributed to more women returning to the workplace after the pandemic.
Employers who fire female employees for being on maternity or sick leave during pregnancy will be subject to prosecution, said the Deputy HR Minister.
Experience workforce transformation on 7 December 2023 at CHRO Singapore, where industry leaders will shape the future of HR.
The Career Pathways Pilot challenges misconceptions, emphasising the untapped potential of individuals with disabilities.
More can be done for neurodivergent employees in the workplace, says a report analysing the inclusivity of organisations.
Employees in India’s IT industry are found clocking more hours than the average, prompting calls for changes.
By autumn 2024, Japan plans to enhance freelancer confidence by expanding employees’ insurance coverage.
The Wellbeing Champions Network empowers employers to prioritise mental health for increased productivity and employee wellbeing.
CHRO Malaysia will provide HR leaders with an opportunity to learn and develop effective people and organisational strategies for 2024.
Skills such as client communication, qualitative analysis, and software design are expected to be in high demand in the next two years.
Self-regulation in Australia’s gig economy could create collaborative workplaces and innovative relationships beyond the government’s proposals.
Supported by CEOs, CSOs are amplifying sustainability impact and embedding it across organisational operations.
Those that are looking to navigate AI hurdles in adopting the technology are placing a strong focus on strategy and readiness.
Enhancing the scheme’s coverage for any unforeseen circumstances is an area of focus, said the Deputy HR Minister.
Employees under the current Labour Pension Act are calling for a higher increase in employer contributions to their pension funds.
CHRO Singapore will highlight pivotal HR trends optimising HR tech for enhanced employee experience and talent mobility.
With hiring optimism prevailing, positive salary growth is on the horizon for employees in South-East Asia in 2024.
Wages in Australia achieved a 1.3% surge in Q3’2023, the largest in 26 years, but analysts warn against lasting impact.
Amidst a talent crunch, employees in Singapore are seeking to join global MNCs, drawn by career advancement and diverse work environments.
CHRO Malaysia, supported by Ceridian, ADP, BTS and Workday, empowers HR leaders for workforce transformation in 2024 and beyond.