Regardless of gender, employees who are parents are offered 20 weeks of paid leave to encourage a balanced approach to parenting.
Organisations in Singapore and Hong Kong can do more to engage employees with talent programmes deploying learner-centric tools.
Large organisations consistently outpace SMEs in wage growth, indicating a positive trend in salary increases over the next year.
Foreign employee expansion and flexible regulations have reduced job vacancies in South Korea, with younger generations most impacted.
While the global economy remains uncertain and firms face a talent shortage, many firms are continuing to add to their headcount.
Receiving inappropriate comments and not being valued for their work are some of the pervasive challenges faced by women.
The Filipino bank has launched CHIB GPT as a precursor to a broader set of generative AI initiatives it is looking to introduce.
Kuehne+Nagel is taking steps to combat workplace discrimination and promote inclusivity, focusing on mental health and diversity.
Despite challenges such as increased spending in infrastructure and upskilling employees, businesses are expected to increase their headcount this year.
Firms in New Zealand are paying a higher price for employees on medical leave, with the highest increase in absenteeism rates recorded since 2012.
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Employee engagement thrives when organisational vision aligns with daily activities, but a disconnect reveals opportunities for improvement.
Candidates who demonstrate a growth mindset during the recruitment process are likely to be selected, says Google Asia Pacific’s Sapna Chadna.
A new tripartite workgroup has begun deliberations to develop guidelines that will drive flexible work in Singapore workplaces.
The right approach to flexible work can pave the way for a more sustainable, productive, and inclusive society, according to a new study.
Only a quarter of Taiwan’s workforce received a salary increasement in 2023, with some employees having to endure years of salary stagnation.
Facebook’s parent company Meta has made it compulsory for most of its workforce to return to the office for at least three times a week.
The pandemic-fuelled work landscape is pushing Hong Kong's Gen Z to the brink, with 44% grappling with work-life balance.
Through the National Training Index (NTI), Malaysia's workforce development will be better evaluated, and policies will be shaped accordingly.
While the number of women employed in South Korea was at an all-time high last year, the gender income gap has still not been addressed.
The disruption of AI at work will create a huge impact on the employer and employee relationship, according to a former US Secretary of Labour.
A new API solution from Remote streamlines HR processes for organisations across different regions and supports multiple workforce needs.
In the coming fiscal year, organisations will receive financial support to offer allowances to employees covering colleagues on parental leave.
Championing inclusivity and diversity, its Lead With Care programme provides support for employees who have children with disabilities.
Legislation to criminalise “wage theft” while promoting labour rights in Australia has not been met by universal approval.
Many organisations operating in Tokyo have not drawn up continuity plans that will help them manage the spillover effects of natural disasters.
A 11-month work year implemented by an organisation has increased employees’ creativity and productivity, as well as reduced burnout.
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Malaysia is targeting 60% female labour participation through policy enhancements, ecosystem support, and training.