A tight labour market is prompting the upskill and reskill of employees to meet manpower needs, and is providing more opportunities for jobseekers.
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.
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.
Employers retain the right to decide on flexible work arrangements (FWAs) based on their operational needs.
Kicking off HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 is HR Tech Festival Live, the first in-person HR event to be held in Singapore.
Flexible work arrangements are the way forward, especially as they help more women and mature workers participate in the labour force.
Tan Kwang Cheak, CEO of the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) in Singapore, discusses the organisation’s Work Away from Office (WAO) strategy.
HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 will bring Asia’s HR community together to discuss key workforce issues and challenges.
A sense of fulfilment and work-life balance matter more than salary when picking a job, said respondents to a recent survey.
As the economy continues to recover from the pandemic, the number of retrenchments fell to 1,300, or 0.6 per 1,000 employees from January to March.
HR Tech Festival Asia 2022, which is taking place from May 10-13, will feature the biggest and most innovative HR tech brands in the market today.
A tripartite model is helping employers and workers adapt to changes, including flexible work, said the Manpower Minister.
The Philippines and Singapore will also address how MSMEs in emerging markets continue to be underserved.
To stay competitive, the country’s employer’s bodies have been urged to effectively communicate their skills training needs to training institutions.
Last July and August, 34% of workers said that they felt that working from home on most days was the new normal, but this fell further in April 2022.
In a recent episode of HRM TV, Nela Richardson, ADP’s Chief Economist, shared key workforce trends from countries in the APAC region.
Even as the country eases workplace restrictions, employers are encouraged to permanently offer flexible work arrangements.
Employees will also be allowed to remove masks when they are not interacting physically with others and when they are not in customer-facing areas.
About 54% of women in the city state want flexibility at work, but fear the stigma that comes with it, revealed a new LinkedIn survey.
Employees are more likely to want to return to their workplaces rather than continue working from home if MRT trains are less crowded, a survey has found.
Unemployment rates for February were around the quarterly average unemployment rates in 2018/2019 and are expected to hover around these levels.
This will result in a more equitable distribution of statutory parental leave and help reshape societal perceptions on gender roles, said MP Louis Chua.
As part of HR Tech Festival Asia 2022, HR Tech Festival Live is a one-day, in-person event bringing together Asia’s HR community.
The government is reviewing how to better protect platform workers to meet their retirement and housing needs.
The Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP) has kicked off a campaign to stamp out workplace discrimination.
The number of new roles was most pronounced in growth industries like information and communications, as well as professional services.
A new ebook produced by NTUC LearningHub and HRM Asia identifies the three key competencies building pillars for organsiations.