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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.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened not to renew the franchise of ABS-CBN, which will affect 10,000 to 11,000 jobs.
Technology and digitalisation will shape hiring and requirement trends across the Philippines next year, according to a new salary survey.
The country’s largest flight school is turning to females to help meet a shortage of pilots in Asia as demand soars.
The ASEAN economy ranked first in the region for its delegation of human resources management practices.
Chinese workers are in high demand in online gaming hubs in the Philippines but they could be working illegally it warns.
The issue of contractors' rights continues to stir in the Philippines, with the President blocking a bill that he once supported.
The World Health Organisation has formally labelled burnout as a medical condition, and Filipino labour advocates want change.
The labour department of the Philippines is looking to slap heftier penalties on companies found hiring illegal foreign workers.
Google’s Job Search has launched in the Philippines, and featured some half-a-million job listings on its initial day.
Clark Freeport in the Philippines is hoping to aid ex-workers of shipyard find new employment after the recent bankruptcy of Hanjin's local subsidiary.
Germany is accepting applications for up to 400 positions for Filipino nurses under a bilateral jointed initiative called the Triple Win Project.
It is expected that an additional 400,000 jobs will be created for Filipinos at local firms by 2030, according to new forecasts.
The Filipino government had set guidelines for the recruitment and deployment of over 100,000 Filipino teachers to China.
The proposed measure would lower the optional retirement age of Filipino government employees from 60 to 56.
At least 1,200 firms in the Philippines might pull out from investing due to the sudden shift in policy, resulting in 150,000 jobs at stake.
A Chinese steel company will set up in Mindanao, Philippines and thereby create 50,000 jobs in the country.
Labour groups have deemed the new minimum wage increase in Manila as insufficient for overworked and underpaid workers.
Most Filipino workers are considering change of careers and industries to gain better job prospects and financial stability.
China looks to hire more Filipino teachers with good pay in a move to strengthen China-Philippines relations.
Israel, one of the top destination countries for overseas Filipino workers, is looking to hire more Filipino hotel workers and caregivers.
The Japanese ambassador to the Philippines says the country will open its doors to more Filipino workers, mainly to serve its aging population.
A proposed work-from-home bill will soon provide Filipino workers with the option for greater work-life balance.
The HR Director for Teledirect Telecommerce in the Philippines is overseeing a rapidly expanding workforce.
Investing in employee engagement can lead to tangible dividends in the form of increased revenue, a new study says.
The proposed bill looks to prohibit abuses of contractualisation and labour-only contracting in the Philippines.
As Chief HR Officer of AXA Philippines, Jaspreet Kakar is reimagining the entire suite of HR infrastructure with verve and dexterity.
According to World Bank experts, there has been income stagnation in the Philippines since the turn of the millenium.