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MSMEs are also set to benefit from the new law by receiving more support to invest in areas such as digital technologies.
More transparency is needed to ensure proposed cash incentives are not abused and are properly utilised, employers argue.
More employees are seeking better career opportunities by moving overseas, and employers can do more to retain their best talent.
More government-funded aid is in the pipeline to support displaced employees, with an emphasis on skills development and job search.
The Progressive Wage Policy aims to enhance workforce productivity through skills training, benefitting both employees and employers.
Performance management within organisations requires a personal touch, and employees and leaders can be empowered to take responsibility for the task.
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With encouragement from the government, two groups of employees have emerged as most likely to seek secondary jobs in Japan.
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) aims to attract and retain the best talent by improving its employee benefits programme.
Employees working overtime must be compensated by getting overtime pay and not by other methods, says Taiwan’s Ministry of Labour.
Increasing living costs is pushing more employees to prioritise financial compensation as the main reason for accepting a job offer.
As more employees assume caregiving responsibilities, they must be supported through flexible work and paid leave, says labour movement.
While Hong Kong returns to pre-pandemic productivity levels, income for the lowest-earning employees is nearly 60 times less than the wealthy.
A proposed bill will double paternity leave and extend unpaid infant care leave, providing crucial support for new parents.
Offering more work flexibility and extra leave to employees when needed are some measures that can help improve employee wellbeing.
Katerina Hanna, VP, Customer Success APJ, Ceridian, explains why creating meaningful moments of social connection remains a priority for people leaders.
Three government ministries have questioned the findings of a new minimum wage study, saying that its research parameters are flawed
A new salary payment scheme was recently announced, which would have seen public employees paid every fortnight.
When looking for a partner to address the employees’ needs of their organisation, OLIVER Agency turned to Howden as their insurance brokerage firm.
The CEO of Gurner Group made controversial claims that for productivity to increase in Australia, half the working population should be made redundant.
Regardless of gender, employees who are parents are offered 20 weeks of paid leave to encourage a balanced approach to parenting.
Large organisations consistently outpace SMEs in wage growth, indicating a positive trend in salary increases over the next year.
Modern fatherhood demands a profound commitment to balance career demands with family responsibilities.
Firms in New Zealand are paying a higher price for employees on medical leave, with the highest increase in absenteeism rates recorded since 2012.
A new tripartite workgroup has begun deliberations to develop guidelines that will drive flexible work in Singapore workplaces.
Only a quarter of Taiwan’s workforce received a salary increasement in 2023, with some employees having to endure years of salary stagnation.
Organisations need to be more upfront about salaries in job postings to avoid alienating potential new applicants.
While the number of women employed in South Korea was at an all-time high last year, the gender income gap has still not been addressed.
In the coming fiscal year, organisations will receive financial support to offer allowances to employees covering colleagues on parental leave.