Deutsche Bank has announced an unprecedented restructure that will see its global workforce reduced by almost 20%.
According to the latest figures from the US Bureau of Labour Statistics, the demand for tech talent has reached historic levels.
The HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards are back again in 2019, with nominations across 23 categories now open to all Asia-Pacific based HR service providers.
Many say the minimum wage in Vietnam should rise this year, but there is dispute about how much of a jump can be afforded.
With a celebrity spokesperson leading the charge, the #kutoo movement is polarising Japan's workplace conversation.
Far East Hospitality – a leading hotels and serviced residences provider – believes that treating employees well is the key to business success.
The programme, centred in the US city of Detroit, has already improved the company's early-development and diversity pipelines.
New research, some controversial opinions, and an ominous new trend caught HRM Asia readers' attention over the past month.
The World Health Organisation has formally labelled burnout as a medical condition, and Filipino labour advocates want change.
Hundreds of thousands of women have downed tools in Switzerland to join an organised strike for greater equality in work.
HR Tech China featured a stellar lineup of HR leaders, industry experts and well-known business and thought leaders.
Work/life imbalance and data overload can cause younger employees to feel mentally fatigued, a new US survey has found.
Encouraging skilled workers who have taken career breaks back into the workforce could help businesses struggling with skill shortages.
A frequently-cited reason for the demotions involved employees who were promoted but struggled to succeed in their new roles.
As digitally maturing companies invest more in innovation, they are achieving critical transformation quicker than early-stage companies.
The 22nd year of the comprehensive research project by Sierra Cedar is set to look specifically at the experiences of HR professionals in Asia-Pacific.
Hong Kong workers are increasingly leaving their previous jobs before securing a new offer, most commonly because they "could not stand" those jobs.
We would like to hear about your recent experience at HR Festival Asia 2019, so that we can make next year's event the best that it can be.
Most businesses in the region do not offer employees the soft skills training or flexible working policies needed to prepare for an inclusive workforce.
The inaugural HR Festival Asia had a big impact on HRM Asia readers last month - here are the top five stories from the event and beyond.
A third of your life is spent at work, but what determines your workplace well-being? A new international study investigates this question.
Diageo's new global policy offers female employees in all markets a minimum of 26 weeks of fully paid maternity leave.
Top technology talent in Southeast Asia will have the opportunity to address urban challenges with AI, and to join Grab’s data science and AI team.
Facing continuous technological and societal disruption, millennials and Gen Zs are skeptical of business’ motives and pessimistic about progress.
The gender neutral policy provides fully-paid leave for primary caregivers, and also covers adoptions and foster placements.
Namitha Mathews of Microsoft Surface chats to HRM Magazine Asia about how technology can be used to transform traditional ideas of the office.
The Lo and Behold Group's Chief Talent Officer Merle Chen believes that good HR technology keeps things simple, accessible, and integrated.
Singapore Airlines’takes the number one spot as the Randstad's Most Attractive Employer in Singapore for the fourth year running.
A further 34% are against showing the content of their messages and emails to their employer, according to a new report from Kaspersky Lab.
The 2019 Global Talent Competitiveness Index sees six Asia-Pacific countries in the top 30, while Seoul is the first Asian city to break into the top ten.