Enhancing the scheme’s coverage for any unforeseen circumstances is an area of focus, said the Deputy HR Minister.
Employees under the current Labour Pension Act are calling for a higher increase in employer contributions to their pension funds.
CHRO Singapore will highlight pivotal HR trends optimising HR tech for enhanced employee experience and talent mobility.
With hiring optimism prevailing, positive salary growth is on the horizon for employees in South-East Asia in 2024.
Wages in Australia achieved a 1.3% surge in Q3’2023, the largest in 26 years, but analysts warn against lasting impact.
Amidst a talent crunch, employees in Singapore are seeking to join global MNCs, drawn by career advancement and diverse work environments.
CHRO Malaysia, supported by Ceridian, ADP, BTS and Workday, empowers HR leaders for workforce transformation in 2024 and beyond.
The Philippines is seeing a rise in people with full, permanent employment, despite a rise in unemployment.
The city of Tsukuba in Ibaraki Prefecture is pioneering Ibaraki’s first initiative, incentivising male SME employees to take childcare leave.
Research from the University of Maryland shows that giving employees creative tasks to work on together creates stronger relationship ties.
Human capital’s rise to a top business risk spot in 2023 signals heightened awareness of threats like healthcare costs and talent competition.
ASMPT selects Workday HCM to unify HR operations across 32 markets, streamlining global talent management and local regulatory compliance.
A re-evaluation of protections is proposed to address the effects of menstruation and menopause on women’s work rights.
Discover HR transformation at CHRO Singapore, where leaders will delve into the future of work, innovation, and inclusive cultures.
While salaries in 2023 saw a dip in the latter end of the year, employees in Singapore are expected to see an increase in their salaries in the new year.
Employees of Wipro are told to return to work onsite at least three times a week with effect from 15 November 2023, after the Diwali festival.
Taiwan’s number of jobs available has risen to 1.04 million this month, with an online job employment platform attributing this to the declining population.
As inflation outpaces the highest pay hike in 31 years, Japanese labour unions demand substantial wage increases in the coming year.
CHRO Malaysia brings over 150 HR leaders together to explore “HR 2024 and Beyond”, unlocking human development secrets and shaping the future of work.
The University of Tokyo warns against coercive job practices limiting students’ freedom and career choices.
An organisation in China has issued a decree to employees: use WeChat for personal chats at work, and you will be fined or even fired.
Two experts detail advice to employers on how they can create more meaningful engagement moments with their employees.
Some of Asia’s best HR and HR tech solution providers were recognised at this year’s HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards.
Despite an improvement in the workplace environment for women, organisations can do more to create a more gender-inclusive workplace.
Employee wellbeing in Japan is falling far below the global average, with many employees feeling dissatisfied and stressed at work.
New research indicates that task-based employees benefited more from AI usage, while senior employees shied away from the technology.
With many organisations expecting a lack of skilled candidates in 2024, many are preparing more attractive pay packages for aspiring applicants.
60% of employees in the Philippines are taking on part-time work, as the economic downturn reshapes spending habits and financial priorities.
With more organisations looking to hire in 2024, employers across many sectors in India can expect to see wage increments in the new year.
Research focusing on the US and South Korea shows the mitigating effects of toxic leaders on employees and their initiative to act.