The deployment of the fifth-generation network (5G) in the country has been projected to create about 148,000 new jobs.
Some 1.3 million people changed jobs during the second year of the pandemic, an increase of 300,000 year-on-year.
An integrated Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) database is being created to link ministries, institutions, and regional governments.
A survey, which covered 81 firms with 500 or more workers, found that 26 of the firms had their earnings returned to pre-pandemic levels.
Malaysia’s labour market momentum escalated in the first quarter of 2022 as both demand and supply ascended further.
MSMEs are at the heart of India's ambition to become a significant player and contribute to the global supply chain, said the Union Minister for IT.
The average salary of China's urban employees in the non-private sector topped 100,000 yuan (US$14,929) for the first time.
In Metro Manila, the revised minimum wage rate will be effective June 4, while the new wage rate will take effect on June 5 in Western Visayas.
More than eight out of 10 people who reported sexual harassment at the workplace said they suffered from some form of retaliation.
A social accountability scheme will advance the sustainability efforts of companies and will be in line with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals 2030.
Support is planned for female small and medium enterprise (SME) entrepreneurs who require financial and competency advancement to develop.
The unemployment rate for males declined by 0.2 percentage points to 4%, its lowest level since October 2008.
Work-life balance is the most important factor for Korea’s MZ generation (Millennials and Generation Z), according to Korea Enterprises Federation (KEF).
Companies in the province would be reimbursed for 50% or 80% of the social insurance paid to women who have a second child or a third child, respectively.
The demand for workers is expected to grow by 87,000 between late April and late July, the highest estimated growth for the same period since 2012.
The gap between inflation and workers’ pay rises meant workers were on track to be A$4,000 worse off on average this year in real terms.
Amid the prolonged pandemic, 43.1% of firms listed on the country's main and minor bourses slashed the number of their employees last year from 2020.
ILO will oversee the creation of training materials and provide capacity building for the national trainers endorsed by DOLE.
Malaysia's Parliament has amended the Employment Act, which will extend the three-day paternity leave to seven days.
The PDPA, which regulates the processing of personal data with regards to commercial transactions, had seen its implementation delayed.
Together, Cornerstone and EdCast will help organisations around the world improve productivity across their businesses.
SumTotal becomes the first Learning Management Experience Platform (LMXP) to have the ability to sell Udemy Business content.
In one of the largest expansions in the labour market since the beginning of the pandemic, 8.8 million people joined the country's workforce in April.
So far, the wage boards of Metro Manila and Western Visayas have approved the minimum wage hike in various sectors.
New Zealand will invest in digital technologies to increase skills development and encourage local companies to market their talents globally.
Central departments are also looking towards alleviating job market discrimination for people with disabilities.
HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 brought Asia’s HR community together to reimagine the future workforce to optimise business impact.
This, Indonesia, believes, is a necessary move to protect all stakeholders in meeting the challenges of a changing world of work.
The new regulation, expected to be mandatory from April next year, will affect some 4,000 listed businesses in the country.
The Cabinet has endorsed the supplementary budget worth 59.4 trillion won (US$46 billion) in its first meeting under the Yoon Suk-yeol administration.