With more employees transitioning from part-time to full-time jobs, more than three million women are now enjoying full-time employment.
The country’s Ministry of Manpower is continuing to advocate for regulations that combat workplace harassment and promote women's empowerment.
Swag’s AI-powered functionalities streamline recruitment, generating job descriptions, predicting hiring needs, and matching candidates.
A new office in Singapore will serve as Visier’s regional headquarters, while 7-Eleven has been announced as a new customer in Malaysia.
A millennial boss shares her experience hiring Gen Z employees and how they impressed her with their work ethic and eagerness to learn.
Despite more employers implementing record wage hikes, high inflation saw real wage growing by the lowest margin in a decade.
Employers have been urged to provide fair benefits in recognition of skilled labour’s vital role in organisational performance.
The Malaysian Employers Federation wants more support for employees in the private sector to manage rising healthcare costs during retirement.
Future worker shortage from falling birth rates should be bigger worry than AI replacing jobs, says Eric Schmidt, former Chief Executive of Google.
Some employees are pushing back against the return-to-office mandate because organisations are failing with their employee engagement efforts.
The office remains a vital hub for focused work as more employees in Singapore and the Philippines push for a return to office, says Gensler.
This recognition strengthens Multiplier’s position as an employment technology innovator, forging global connections between employers and jobseekers.
Leaders choose not to reveal chronic health issues due to fears of being perceived as incapable and missing out on career growth opportunities.
Driven by inflation, the gap between nominal and real wages is widening, prompting the government to push for wage growth across organisations.
Workday’s cloud technology will enable BINUS group to digitally transform its operations so all processes and workflows would run on a single platform.
Yogesh Chauhan, Director of ESG for HubSpot, identifies employee engagement and transparency as key factors for successful ESG implementation.
The government has pledged to replace existing regulation with a wage supplement scheme so disabled employees are paid at minimum wage.
The shift to digital technology has led Vietnam to seek skilled professionals in automation, automotive, electronics, industrial design, and IT industries.
Employees in Hong Kong have indicated their preference for a more flexible work-life balance and will consider resigning to achieve that aspiration.
Being funny helps leaders influence people, but women can benefit from using humour in the workplace more than men do.
Amidst fears of AI taking over jobs, finding fulfilment and satisfaction is key to a successful career and life, says Elon Musk.
Work-life balance and flexibility are paramount for Gen Zs and millennials as they embrace hybrid work models and seek improved career advancement.
To be a successful yet humble leader, there are five elements which people can incorporate in their daily routines to become effective in heading any team.
New funding will bolster supported employment for people with disabilities by expanding opportunities and workforce support.
Annual wage growth is also expected to peak at 4.0% at the end of 2023 before easing back to 3.7% by mid-2025.
While more HR leaders recognise the importance of employee experience management, more can be done to improve its overall effectiveness.
Improving digital infrastructure, rethinking hiring approaches and a focus on skills are some ways the Philippines can manage job roles becoming obsolete.
Raising the minimum wage too quickly can jeopardise the sustainability of many small businesses and cost job losses, said the Federation of Thai Industries.
To promote LGBTIQ+ inclusion in workplaces, Australia's Victoria state invested A$1.85 million in Rainbow Health Australia's How2 programme.
The progressive wage model has been considered a success in Singapore, but will it be feasible in Malaysia? An economics professor says no.