Patrick Kwok, General Manager, Starbucks Singapore, shares how employees are benefiting from the Starbucks Experience.
Labour representatives of the Minimum Wage Commission have proposed an hourly minimum wage of 10,890 won (US$8.4) for 2023.
The Indonesian Employers Association (Apindo) has objected to new fathers being entitled to paternity leave for a maximum of 40 days.
As the way we work continue to change and evolve, organisations are looking for more ways to build an interconnected and future-ready workforce.
The government will increase its funding from 50% to 75% for resident employees with gross monthly wages up to S$2,500.
Due to the shrinking working population in the country, the government is considering extending or abolishing the retirement age.
The monthly minimum wage for private-sector employees will be increased from 1.1 million kips (US$73) to 1.3 million kips (US$87).
The National Commission for Women has reviewed and analysed legislation affecting women, and recommended amendments to meet shortcomings.
A new report by i4cp and Fortune Media highlights how high-performing organisations are attracting, developing, and retaining talent.
About 44.8% of companies are considering raising wages in the second half of the year to retain their best employees.
The increase to A$40 a week will take effect on July 1, although this would be delayed for selected sectors and industries.
The cabinet has approved a 3.5-billion-baht (US$99,927) budget to hire more than 68,000 recent graduates and jobless people nationwide.
Taking effect on September 1, these include the extension of maternity leave and readjusting the maximum weekly hours of work.
This comes after the state government reached a compromise with business unions, and increased the injury impairment threshold to 35% from 30%.
The Supreme Court recently ruled that the current peak wage system is tantamount to age-based discrimination as it cuts wages after a certain age.
A proposed Bill on Maternal and Child Welfare will provide working mothers with more benefits and help develop a better generation of human resources.
Taking effect on July 1, the wage adjustments will be determined by the region in which companies operate in.
From July 1, new parents will get additional paid parental leave entitlements that will result in up to NZ$40 (US$25) extra a week.
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) is planning to issue electronic employment records for workers aged 15 and above.
The Minimum Wage Commission hopes to strike a balance between the conflicting interests of businesses and unions.
There is a large gap between the length of paternal leave employers think is appropriate and that which male employees want to take.
This will provide financial support for employees and their families when necessary, said the Social Security Organisation.
The Cabinet has approved the first annual fiscal and economic policy blueprint that pledges aggressive investment in human resources.
The city is pushing out two measures for alleviating the financial burden on seven key industries seriously affected by the pandemic.
In response, several business groups have urged the government to come up with appropriate support measures for firms that require financial assistance.
The country's Fair Work Commission will rule this month on a wage rise for the nation's lowest-paid workers.
Wage hikes ranging between P30 (US$0.78) and P110 (US$2.86) are set to take effect in at least 14 regions this month.
The labour supply in the country remains limited and unable to meet demand despite the recovery of many industries.
Elon Musk’s call for Tesla employees to return to the office full-time has reignited the debate over the longevity of remote work.
The minimum daily wage hike this year will not be a sharp one to protect businesses still reeling from the economic impact of the pandemic.