Over 80% of male employees took paternity leave, yet 47% took only 1-3 months, while 51% of females averaged 12-18 months.
In supporting a diverse and intergenerational workforce, one of NTT Singapore’s key initiatives is to reskill and upskill older employees in technology.
Organisations can do more to complement government efforts in creating a more inclusive, accessible society for PWIDs in Singapore.
Anticipating layoffs to increase in 2024, the NTUC and SNEF have called for more assistance for employees in transition to their next job.
Discussing mental health and being open about their personal issues is an on-going process that Bloomberg is tackling, step by step.
A proposed new law will empower employees to create a clear boundary between work and their lives by having the freedom to enjoy their personal time.
The guidelines aim to complement existing frameworks while emphasising fair treatment for retrenched employees.
New skills offer a pathway to opportunity and overcoming challenges in scaling inclusive skill development to unlock job growth.
South Korean construction firm Booyoung Group has promised 100 million won to 70 babies born to employees after 2021.
Embark on HRM Asia's first CHRO event of the year in the Philippines to compare notes, realign strategies and elevate the workforce for the future.
Over 20 million employees in Australia face chronic health challenges with 73% linking their conditions to job-related stressors.
Hybrid work is key in Singapore’s job landscape with 62% of employees in hybrid roles unlikely to leave in 2024.
The Japanese retailer is granting 100% pay for employees taking childcare leave to encourage male involvement in parenting responsibilities.
The minimum weekly work hours has been reduced from 72 to 68 and is set to benefit more than 10,000 employees across the city.
A psychological expert wants employers to look into fine-tuning flexible work arrangements to help mitigate mental health issues.
A business group has disputed the passing of the Right to Disconnect amendment, saying its implications has not been carefully considered.
The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy has unveiled an AI master plan for autonomous manufacturing.
When seeking new job opportunities, employees in Hong Kong are prioritising the freedom to choose where and when they work over other benefits.
Job stability prevails in Singapore as a decline in employee mobility spans all ages and industries, signalling a shift in career priorities.
A good payroll system forms the backbone of any organisation to ensure employee retention and efficiency, a recent ADP webinar discussed.
Developing successful mentorship programmes can help organisations enable a cycle of diverse leadership, especially for female employees.
Retrenchment surged to 14,320 in 2023, doubling the previous year’s figure, though a Q4 decline hinted at sector-specific challenges.
Employment Hero's Co-Founder Ben Thompson urges organisations to prioritise trust and clear communication in global remote work.
CHRO Philippines 2024 will let HR leaders gather in Metro Manila to compare notes, realign strategies and elevate the workforce for the year ahead.
Leaders are turning to new ways of engagement to attract new talent and cultivate existing ones for great workplace culture.
The platform, known as the Progressive Wage Portal (PW Portal), will allow employees to see if their wages are concurrent with what is due to them.
Employees in Singapore are looking to switch employers after two years due to reasons like pay, better career progression, and lack of recognition.
There is a rising share of women in salaried employment, but at the same time, the gender wage gap between both sexes still persist.
Malaysia and Singapore are expected to see salaries plateau in 2024, in comparison to some of their neighbours which are expected to increase.
The goal of these wage negotiations is to reach a pay hike of 5% and more across large and smaller organisations to beat inflationary pressures.