Despite a rise in the minimum wage rate for employees in the Philippines, a study has shown that this increase has failed to keep up with food prices.
Employees in Singapore are motivated to learn new things for the sake of their careers, as many are motivated by factors such as the rise of gen AI.
Organisations can tap into the varied aspects of human development to develop a consistent and robust talent pipeline.
Can organisations gain a competitive advantage over the competition by offering employees with on-demand pay benefits?
Seeking better work-life balance, salaries, and new career opportunities, more employees are open to leaving their current positions for new jobs.
What are some of the top cultural characteristics and priorities that organisations need to focus on to be successful in the future?
A new survey has shown that Kiwis are worried about employment and their wages under a new government, especially in light of the cost of living.
More than four out of five of employers in Japan seek to increase wages, with a majority looking to implement a wage increase on par with last year.
Besides a reluctance to earn less, some employees are also not convinced that they will benefit from working from home.
CHRO Philippines 2024 will look into innovative strategies that CHROs can use to formulate great people-first strategies in changing organisations.
To ease labour woes and win the talent war, employers need to rethink how they approach hiring in order to attract and retain great talent.
AI can vary in its impact on different global markets and the IMF has developed an analysis of how different economies can cope with this technology.
The minimum wage in India looks to increase before the elections in India, with committees looking to increase the rate to accommodate people's lifestyles.
Managers need to identify the six major factors that are behind the reasons employees leave and how to manage them to retain headcount.
Housekeeping matters need to be sorted out before the progressive wage policy is implemented across Malaysia, said the Malaysia Employers Federation.
Taiwan's average monthly wages continue to see an increase within the last few months, especially in areas like the industrial and services sector.
Employers in South Korea will be hiring more employees for jobs in 2024, with many looking for people in on-site roles.
The United Nations has warned that the rising global unemployment rate is exacerbated by ramifications from the pandemic, global crisis and other factors.
The rise of AI usage in the workplace can help employees use their time productively and fruitfully, boosting people's careers, says CEO of Ranstad.
The progressive wage policy will not be implemented in Malaysia arbitrarily, and will take note of the needs of the economy and people.
Return to office mandates are increasing in numbers. but the results on productivity and positive benefits do not outweigh the problems, says research.
Employees in Hong Kong are willing to give up their flexible working arrangements if their employers would agree to give them a pay rise to compensate.
The four-day workweek was a cost-cutting solution for an organisation, but now their CEO says it has yielded great results for their employees.
Salaries will continue to rise steadily in 2024 across certain industries, but challenges persist for organisations to attract new employees.
The number of employees looking to change jobs in 2024 has increased, with most attributing the act to seeking higher pay and compensation
New minimum wage rates have now taken effect in Thailand across different regions, with different rate variations to accommodate the needs of these areas.
HR leaders must address shifting dynamics such as technology advances and workforce tensions in 2024, says new research from Gartner.
More employers should be aware of the type of culture they have in the office to create a great attitude towards paid parental leave, an expert says.
Top jobs in demand for 2023 and 2024 include finance, ICT, health and social services and professional services, say Singapore job experts.
Despite all the complaints about the difficulty in hiring and retaining employees, are organisations enough to address the promotion decline?