To address economic issues faced in the country, Malaysia’s Prime Minister is reviewing salaries of employees, starting with civil servants.
Organisations of varying sizes experience disparities in psychological safety and training perceptions among their employees.
Opening tomorrow, CHRO Singapore will equip HR leaders with transformative strategies and tech insights to navigate 2024.
Employees in Thailand continue to seek jobs that push for work-life balance and wellbeing, and leaders can do more to push for organisational change.
The National AI Strategy 2.0 focuses on talent development and infrastructure to position the country at the forefront of the evolving AI landscape.
More leaders are urged to create positive hybrid work experiences to encourage more people back to the office, as the number of people working onsite rises.
Gender balance fuels job satisfaction and productivity and reduces turnover while cultivating a happier, more engaged workforce.
Gartner cautions against hasty office returns, stressing the need for purpose and transparency to impact productivity and retention.
The number of job vacancies available in Malaysia rose above the number from earlier this year to record heights in the second quarter of 2023.
Younger employees’ mental health struggles, exacerbated by pandemic-induced stressors, highlight a concerning trend in workplace wellbeing.
The country's labour market remains resilient with an expected boost in real income growth next year amid easing inflation.
An ex-employee's complaint alleging private information access on a work laptop was dismissed in Australia for not violating privacy laws.
Fun can be availed to employees in hybrid work if managers are able to exemplify the behaviour and not force it onto their teams.
Nearly one-third of Singapore’s workforce anticipate remote work from anywhere in the world within five years.
Josh Bersin’s study unveils the four-day workweek’s impact on wellbeing, productivity, and business growth amid the shift to hybrid work.
The pilot run will involve 1,000 organisations, and the effects of the pilot will be used to evaluate the success of implementing the wage model in Malaysia.
A significant number of cybersecurity issues in multiple organisations were caused by employee error, research has found.
An increase in monthly pay marks a significant economic shift and emphasises the importance of wage increases in Japan.
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.