Increasing living costs is pushing more employees to prioritise financial compensation as the main reason for accepting a job offer.
A new study has found that employers need to do more to help increasingly disengaged employees create a healthy relationship with work.
As more employees assume caregiving responsibilities, they must be supported through flexible work and paid leave, says labour movement.
Organisations can stay ahead of the competition by ensuring their employees are skilled in the use of AI at work.
With Remote’s Global HR Platform, hiring, managing and payroll processes can be streamlined for efficient global workforce management.
Perks which were removed earlier to cut costs have been reintroduced to soften the impact of Meta’s return-to-office mandate.
While Hong Kong returns to pre-pandemic productivity levels, income for the lowest-earning employees is nearly 60 times less than the wealthy.
A growing ageing population and labour shortage has fuelled more discussion over the possibility of raising the retirement age beyond 55.
A proposed bill will double paternity leave and extend unpaid infant care leave, providing crucial support for new parents.
To keep talented employees in the country, Malaysia must be prepared to pay competitive salaries, suggested a Deputy Minister.
While leaders are largely positive about AI and ML tools, a lack of trust is holding some back from implementing the technologies across organisations.
Resilience Institute SEA’s Manish Arneja will be at HR Tech Fest Connect 2023 to offer perspectives on battling burnout and building a resilient workforce.
Organisations who may be or considering monitoring remote employees are inciting debate about the ethics and legality of doing so.
Offering more work flexibility and extra leave to employees when needed are some measures that can help improve employee wellbeing.
Three government ministries have questioned the findings of a new minimum wage study, saying that its research parameters are flawed
A new salary payment scheme was recently announced, which would have seen public employees paid every fortnight.
Organisations that fail to address workplace mental health issues risk incurring significant cost through an increasingly disengaged workforce.
The CEO of Gurner Group made controversial claims that for productivity to increase in Australia, half the working population should be made redundant.
The contraction in resident employment represents the first decline since 2020, as the number of organisations looking to hire decreases.
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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