A talent war is underway between the Middle East and Far East for the brightest tech minds in the industry.
Frasers Hospitality ensures that relocating employees are always well-taken care of, from the very start of their assignments to the very finish.
China and Japan fuelling massive rise in wellness spending by companies as they do more for employees’ health.
General Motors is laying off workers in Southeast Asia’s competitive auto market but pledges its ongoing commitment to Thailand.
The biggest stories of August included two parts of our exclusive HR Insider interview with the transformation team at DBS Bank.
Petronas is voted most attractive employer in Malaysia, while Singapore Airlines picks up honour for Singapore.
Job seekers in India seek companies online presence before applying and want to read employer reviews.
HR technology is becoming big business as a Singapore-based startup is the latest to raise seed capital for expansion.
Millennials seek a different set of benefits and compensations from their traditional predecessors, and that has some recruitment experts in a quandary.
Companies can use technology to help better align the workforce with the needs of the business, says Manpower Minister.
Not calling back or letting a candidate know where they stand is a surefire way to mess things up.
The ADB warns of major disruption in the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.
Regulators in Europe investigating claims the job-search function is anti-competitive and driving away competitors.
The airline has slashed 750 jobs and unveiled a new executive leadership team including a chief experience officer.
Female college graduates dominate in the work place influencing compensation packages.
In a highly ambitious and costly exercise, a new location has been picked but it won’t be ready for another decade.
The clock is ticking to put forward your nominations for the prestigious HRM Asia Readers Choice Awards. So you will need to act fast if you want to be part of the action.
People with autism can fill up AI jobs that are highly repetitive and analytical.
Central Chinese government pressures companies to get employees to toe the line.
The technology giant issues new guidelines for staff to behave themselves when chatting with colleagues online.
The latest entrant into the market is a coworking space focusing solely on health technology firms
Employers fear the new Wage Code could open the door to a greater number of employee complaints and unfounded prosecutions.
There is a huge imbalance when it comes to gender in the dynamic technology space.
Employment within Singapore's fintech industry appears strong with hiring expected to increase substantially over the coming 12 to 36 months
Incentives for staff to go healthy are now the trend, with plenty of long-term savings and productivity boosts for workforces that have a healthier edge.
Malaysian industries need to step up and take on the fourth Industrial Revolution, according to the International Data Corporation.
A strong employer brand starts from the first moment a candidate interacts with the organisation - as the startup team behind mathilda® explains.
Thailand seeks to hire 180, 000 IT workers from India, while Indian tech companies are urged to expand to West.
Allowing complete flexibility in where and when to work leads to higher productivity according to Harvard Business School
Turnover has increased in 8 out of 10 markets across the region as recruitment ramps up during the last quarter