Working hours in the country will be reduced to 45 hours from the current 48, according to amendments to the Employment Act.
A survey among 100 leading corporations found that 81 of them have no issue with staff taking up a second job to boost income.
Despite the loss, Forrester expects the green economy to help make up for some losses as more countries commit to carbon neutrality.
Supporting young families in mind, the online portal for workplaces provides resources and information about pregnancy and mothers returning to work.
Courses in finance, data science, analytics, technology and management are the top five programmes with the highest level of enrolment.
To retain talent and boost productivity, companies are offering employee stock option plans (ESOPs) to their employees.
A new programme aims to ensure startups have strong financial fundamentals, legal aspects, and intellectual property.
Nearly 53% of employers prefer hybrid work arrangements for their employees, though the degree of adoption varies from company to company.
The government has also helped place workers in jobs and reserved a quota of 1% of job placements for young people with disabilities.
A new bill has been filed to repeal the compulsory retirement age of 65 years to allow employees to continue working if they want and are able to.
While a record number of men took paternity leave in Japan last year, the figure still falls short of the government’s goal of reaching 30% by 2025.
Asia’s biggest awards for HR and HR technology solutions providers is making an eagerly anticipated in-person return this year.
HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 is presenting Asia’s largest virtual HR technology marketplace, featuring some of the biggest tech brands.
The ASEAN Future of Work conference headlines Day 3 of HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 as attention turns to shaping the future of work in ASEAN.
Moving to the virtual platform, HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 highlights why an organisation’s people are key to long-term success.
From May 11-13, HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 will be presented virtually, offering a lineup of global and regional HR leaders.
The in-person HR Tech Festival Live saw Asia's HR community come together to discuss the role of HR in today’s world of work.
The winners of HR Fest Awards 2022 were announced at a live awards ceremony during HR Tech Festival Live.
Kicking off HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 is HR Tech Festival Live, the first in-person HR event to be held in Singapore.
In a recent episode of HRM TV, Nela Richardson, ADP’s Chief Economist, shared key workforce trends from countries in the APAC region.
HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 is taking place from 10-13 May 2022 and includes the in-person HR Tech Fest Live on May 10.
Employee wellbeing is becoming increasingly critical for organisations as they look to nurture a healthy and productive workforce.
Subramanian Ananthapadmanabhan has been appointed as Senior Vice President and Head of Midmarket, APJ.
One of the most anticipated events at HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 will see 23 finalists vie for the top award in five coveted categories.
For digital transformation to be successful, organisations need to find, develop, and retain the right talent.
A new report by Aon provides insights into issues such as human capital risk and employee financial wellbeing.
Top Employers Institute's Ammara Naeem explains why a well-executed employer branding strategy is key to attract and retain talent.
Some of Asia’s best HR and HR tech solution providers have been recognised at the HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards 2021.
NTUC LearningHub is the joint Gold Winner of the Best Corporate – Learning & Development Provider award at the HRM Readers' Choice Awards 2021.
QuickHR is the joint Silver Winner of the Best HR Tech – Cloud Solution award at the HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards 2021.