Although there is a desire for clarity regarding the future of the industry, it is challenging to make accurate predictions.
Organisations can create a productive and meaningful workplace for employees by developing an experience based on purpose.
Having conflicts at home can leave employees in a bad mood, but they can boost their mental wellbeing by finding connections at the workplace.
To benefit from this move, employees must already be working remote for a few days a week and must stay in their country of employment.
Employers and employees must work together to adapt to new ways of working in a rapidly changing and evolving economic environment.
If left unchecked, workplace harassment can negatively impact employees’ mental health and hurt the bottom line of organisations.
Talent acquisition and retention is also one of the biggest challenges faced by SMEs around the world, reported the World Economic Forum.
The marketing and communications leader is re-joining Fujitsu as Head of Marketing for Asia Pacific and will support Fujitsu's growth in the region.
While Asia-Pacific labour markets recorded a partial rebound from the pandemic, 2023 is expected to present challenges hindering a full recovery.
Green workplaces are becoming an important aspect of work life for both employers and their employees, as they continue to support enterprise greening.
More SMEs in India are implementing ESG practices, but they face challenges such as uncertainty over how to measure the success of ESG projects.
Malaysia is also predicted to post a higher than average median salary increment across Asia-Pacific in 2023.
Having previously advocated permanent remote work, Twitter is now requiring employees to work a minimum of 40 hours per week in the office.
Besides facing burnout, some 20% of these employees have also expressed stress related to a lack of learning and development opportunities.
Flexible schedules can reduce burnout, increase employee engagement and loyalty, and promote business success.
Despite the convenience, employees working remotely are concerned about fatigue and isolation, an IR survey finds.
Organised by HRM Asia, the CHRO Series Indonesia is kicking off today at the Shangri-La Hotel in Indonesia.
The use of artificial intelligent hiring tools does not result in a reduction of bias or improvement in diversity, a study has found.
A recent webinar organised by HRM Asia, in partnership with Accenture and Oracle, explored talent management strategies for HR leaders.
Recent research has shown that employees would choose a hybrid work arrangement over any pay increase offered by their employer.
About 75% of employers in four Asia-Pacific countries reported a rise in demand for new hires with digital skills over the last five years.
After working from home for two years, 35% of employees are still citing poor connectivity and network issues as ongoing hindrances.
With virtual work expected to increase, companies believe productivity can be improved through flexible work arrangements.
Singapore President Halimah Yaakob has encouraged employers to institute family-care leave to allow workers to care for their families.
Providing more flexibility and time off are some of the ways Google is using to lure staff back to the office.
Enabling global growth and providing employment opportunities for the ‘everywhere workforce’ is at the core of the newly branded G-P.
While their technical literacy is deemed to be satisfactory, jobseekers need to improve their problem-solving skills to gain employment.
Asia Pacific is expected to see wages rise next year due to a tight labour market and rising inflation concerns.
Increasing wages too rapidly will negatively impact Singapore’s global competitiveness, cautioned Singapore’s Finance Minister.
In her new role, Zhang will be responsible for driving growth and operational excellence for ADP in Asia Pacific.