Employers in Malaysia are more than able to give employees a festive financial bonus, says non-profit organisation.
Despite a slight decline in men taking paternity leave, women still make up 72% of parental leave takers in 2023 in South Korea.
K Kristhivasan, CEO of TCS, underscored the irreplaceable value of in-person learning experiences and cast doubt on remote work’s efficacy for growth.
The number of South Koreans aged 70 and older still engaged in work reached 1.55 million in January 2024, marking an 11.4% from the previous year.
In comparison to their male counterparts, more women are leaving their current jobs as they prioritise work-life balance.
A recent graduate employment survey has revealed a surge in fresh graduate salaries but a drop in securing full-time roles.
As work evolves, organisations can anchor strategies in the bedrock of employee branding: Clarity, integrity, and tangible business value.
Gen AI expertise that can be utilised to intervene in threats will be in demand in the next few years thanks to the rise of the technology, says tech CEO.
While many employees in Japan have turned to side jobs for extra cash, this has failed to allow them to achieve their desired income.
A surge in remote work for parents and people with disabilities has narrowed the participation gap with the general workforce.
The proposed P100 wage increase in the Philippines has prompted calls for staged implementation and workforce development to fuel economic growth.
While more employees want to work remotely more often, many cannot do so because of mandated onsite workdays and hesitance from employers.
Amidst rising ESG expectations, HR leaders are propelling corporate transformation towards sustainability to shape a green future for their firm.
AI's increasing integration in finance roles signals a transformative phase, reflecting evolving dynamics in the industry's landscape.
The once-straightforward correlation between tasks and productivity has become blurred in today’s complex, collaborative environment.
Besides shelving plans to reduce headcount this year, more organisations are looking to increase wages against the backdrop of inflation.
Job recruiters want applicants to be specific about the work and experience they have to determine how they can be used in new job positions.
43.4% of respondents to a survey expressed concerns about escalating conflicts with Millennial and Gen Z colleagues, surpassing other workplace issues.
The Ministry of Human Resources of Malaysia is allocating RM12 million (US$2.5 million) to train 10,000 psychological first-aiders.
Employees will be given more opportunities to upskill and reskill, while investment in technologies such as AI will drive new innovation capabilities.
Female employees are also prioritising factors like pay transparency and the prevention of sex harassment when it comes to finding new employers.
Despite a slight uptick, Malaysia’s female labour force participation still lags behind men’s, ranking eighth among ASEAN nations.
Layoffs handled inappropriately, particularly without empathy, can do irreparable damage to an organisation’s reputation with the public.
Budget 2024 is focusing on skills training and income support, and empowering employees to meet the economic challenges and opportunities ahead.
The country’s employed population hit 27.74 million last month, up by 380,000 compared to the the same period in the previous year.
Ensuring sustainable wage increases for organisations, particularly MSMEs, is crucial amid concerns of potential business closures.
As Singapore’s tourism rebounds, how can the hospitality industry tackle labour shortages and maintain guest satisfaction?
The creative mindset and communication skills marketing professionals bring to their craft can also help HR attract talent in a tight market.
AI advancements are deemed crucial for productivity gains, but concerns over societal impacts have prompted calls for workforce upskilling.
An employee has sued her former employer for unpaid overtime, which includes work-related communications beyond regular working time.