Hiring persons with disabilities can positively impact workplace culture and bring financial benefits to organisations, says a government body in Australia.
Young employees want their employers to implement authentic and effective mental health initiatives as a condition to stay.
Taiwan’s female labour force participation trails behind countries like Japan and South Korea, partly due to negative public perception of part-time jobs.
Criticism and doubts have been raised over the feasibility of longer work hours and vacations in a proposal pushing for a new working hour system.
Organisations are providing learning opportunities and offering flexible work arrangements to keep their best employees.
The Sick Pay Guarantee scheme allows casual and contract employees to access up to 38 hours a year of sick and carer’s pay.
Personal branding strategies for Gen Z jobseekers include self-reflection, communication, and digital footprint management.
With the right support, remote and in-office employees can perform tasks of similar quality and quantity, according to the University of Missouri.
The four-day workweek is part of a raft of recommendations made by the Senate work and care committee to improve employees’ work-life balance.
Aspirations for flexible work arrangements and a better quality of life are motivators for New Zealanders to choose to work from home.
Government agencies have endorsed the Sogie equality bill, which includes provisions to protect against gender-based workplace discrimination.
Workspace design that prioritises the employee’s personality and environment may boost their productivity and satisfaction.
The scheme aims to ensure that jobseekers find jobs that most accurately match their skillset and offer the best growth opportunities.
With more global organisations hit by cybersecurity breaches in recent times, more payroll leaders are recognising the importance of data security.
Paessler welcomes Tobias Jaenchen as Vice President Asia-Pacific and Americas, and Manuela Roth as Global Channel and Key Account Manager.
Dr CJ Meadows will be at HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 to explain why design thinking is becoming a top priority for high-performing HR teams today.
Despite the government’s efforts to push for higher pay, real wages for employees has continued to fall because of inflation.
Prioritising female employees’ health and safety can help organisations create an open and supportive work culture.
The option of hybrid work has given women the flexibility to make key decisions to advance their careers, while achieving better work-life balance.
Patsy Ng, Vice President for Human Resources – Asia-Pacific at Hilton, discusses her strategies on cultivating a culture of equity.
Koh Yan Ping, CEO of Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations (SCWO), outlines strategies to promote gender equity in Singapore.
Plans to revise the current 52-hour workweek will afford employees more control over how they manage their working hours.
Australia has set targets to increase women’s participation in male-dominated industries to address skills shortages.
Aisha Islam, Senior Vice President and Head of Customer Solutions Centre, Mastercard, shares insights on empowering women in the workplace.
Shylaja Bhat, Director HR Business Partner – Platform Foundation, HERE Technologies, discusses her strategies in prioritising equity and respect.
He brings over 20 years of enterprise tech experience to his new role as President of Asia-Pacific and Japan, leading Workday’s regional sales efforts.
Many HR professionals in Singapore are experiencing burnout and need more mental wellbeing support from their organisations, according to a new survey.
Alyssa Wang, HR Director, Asia-Pacific, ADM, elaborates on DE&I through equitable hiring and empowering women to lead.
Evelyn Tay, VP of Comms, Sustainability and Public Affairs, foodpanda, highlights her focus on promoting employee wellbeing and sustainability initiatives.
Employees in Singapore have been encouraged to prioritise their career development by improving their skills to stay competitive and relevant.