Employers in Hong Kong are expected to prioritise cost control in 2024, leaving many employees sceptical about salary increases.
The evolving work landscape, technology, and organisational culture were key topics HR leaders discussed at CHRO Singapore.
The importance of empathy in fostering innovation and engagement faces challenges as managers have difficulty expressing it effectively.
Common communication challenges occur, and leaders must address them head-on for better synergy between teams.
Key industry and academia leaders in Malaysia have joined forces through the Industry-Academia Collaborative initiative.
Larger organisations exhibit a trend towards generous bonuses, while a slight decline in 3%-5% salary increments is noted.
The Australian Human Rights Commission is now legally empowered to enforce rules to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace.
Taiwan continues to enjoy rising employment, but at slower rates due to the rise in inflation amid post-pandemic recovery.
Thailand’s PM Srettha Thavisin expressed dissatisfaction with the wage hike proposed, deeming it insufficient to tackle living costs.
Due to the rising ageing population and low wages, labour shortages in facilities for disabled people are increasing.
The country plans to develop a support system, addressing MSMEs concerns before implementing progressive wage policies.
Having more than one trade union would be helpful in creating a competitive environment to battle for employee rights, a former MP opined.
The Self-employed Workers (TKM) programme fosters entrepreneurship, empowering informal employees to create avenues for success.
South Korea’s job market sees a shift as seniors secure over half of the new positions in 2022, while young talent claims a minimal share.
A new research study revealed the parties most affected by microaggressions in the workplace, and solutions to tackle and remedy the situation.
Statistics reveal that the number of payroll jobs between Australian states fell as temporary jobs created during the period end.
Employers could do more to lower the barriers of hiring at work for neurodivergent applicants, as well as create a safe working environment.
The AI platform streamlines talent matching with AI-recommended screening questions, enhancing efficiency for employers.
Female professionals are more willing to put in time and effort than men to take on courses that will position themselves in leadership roles.
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.