Amazon is set to continue its investment in India after announcing it will create a million jobs and exporting $10 billion worth of India-made goods by 2025.
Several thousands of workers in Indonesia held a rally to protest against the proposed changes to the labour law, which is seen as a barrier for foreign investment.
As a human resources expert for more than 30 years, Leslie Hayward has always been a big supporter of representing local talent at oil & gas giant Shell.
Citibank is bridging its gender pay gap by adjusting the salary of its female staff to match those of their male peers who hold similar positions.
In what is seen as new co-head Iqbal Khan's move to make his mark, UBS has made sweeping job cuts in its latest cost cutting and restructuring exercise.
Digitalisation is set to transform and evolve businesses and jobs all over the world. The question is, how do you reskill and prepare your staff for it?
The co-working space provider is not scaling back says Southeast Asia managing director Turochas Fuad.
With technology transforming every aspect of businesses today, there's a need for Accountancy to evolve its role to remain relevant and sustainable.
Japanese officials have long been strictly forbidden from taking on second jobs. But not anymore, as the government looks to relieve labour shortages.
Women are still earning less than men in today's workforce. But why is that so in the diverse and inclusive society we claim we are?
The rise of Artificial Intelligence have threatened to displace millions of jobs in China. But the latest government report has played down the fears.
Women working in Singapore earn 6% less in medium salary compared to men, according to the latest report by the Ministry of Manpower.
Sales staff need to show their people skills above technical ones, according to the Managing Director of BMW Group Asia.
Transportation services, banks and shops were shut as tens of thousands of workers in India went on strike to protest against the latest labour reforms.
O.C. Tanner’s second annual Global Culture Report offers a holistic view of the modern workplace as it sits within the global economy and society at large.
More rebellions could be on the cards this year as disgruntled employees speak out, aided by advances in technology and communications.
Japanese managers are experiencing "intense stress" in working with foreign employees and are willing to quit their job because of that.
With civil servants getting the lowest year-end bonus in a decade, employers are urged to give bonuses based on their companies' performances.
Ride hailing firm Grab will be partnering telco Singtel to form a new consortium to apply for a digital banking license in Singapore.
2020 is set to be a year of change in the Asia Pacific as countries face different sets of challenges in the economic and talent market. Here are the top talent trends to look out for.
The internet giants are expected to bring some 3,800 customer support jobs in-house to its offices in Philippines, India and Mississippi at the end of 2020.
It's tough times for the hotel industry in India as hotels chain Oyo Hotels and Homes is planning to lay off 2,000 jobs to cut operating cost.
What are the jobs in Singapore that will be the most sought-after in the year of 2020? Hint: If you're in the field of technology, good news for you!
Interviewers for sanitation worker jobs in India were not expecting so many qualified applicants as hundreds of graduates lined up for the interview.
2019 has been a year of digital transformation across the region and HRM Asia has got it all covered. Here are the top digitalisation stories of the year.
Employees in Asia have the longest working hours globally but it has come at a price of productivity and ill health. Find out which countries top the charts.
Let’s take a look back on some of the biggest news in the region that have made 2019 one of the most defining years in the employment world.
Over 2000 Indonesia garment industry workers have been given a $4 million severance pay after their employer shut down its factory in 2018.
Malaysia workers can expect less jobs in the new year as companies look to cut down on operation costs with more vacancies going to low-level jobs.
From exclusive case studies to the biggest HR interviews, here are five of the favourite pieces that caught readers' eyes throughout the year of 2019.