Employees in Singapore should go to the office only when there is no alternative and checks will be conducted to make sure companies comply.
The majority of Citi Singapore employees will continue to work from home until July, even as Singapore eases ‘circuit breaker’ measures on June 2.
Employers need to adapt quickly and view non-degree skills-based hiring as a new approach to sourcing and acquiring talent.
The country's unemployment rate is also set to increase to 3-4%, a level not seen since the 1997/98 Asian financial crisis.
More employees in Singapore also find themselves working more after work hours and on weekends, according to the latest survey.
From July 6, Google buildings in more cities will reopen with 10% capacity, which will be increased to 30% by September.
A new workforce survey found that employees are happier now than before COVID-19 struck.
The expansion follows considerable demand in Asia for workforce management (WFM) and HR services and software, said Smart WFM.
Employers in Malaysia will be given a three-month grace period to make arrangements before enforcement starts on September 1.
Organisations need to put a strong focus on security for remote working, said a new report from Verizon Business.
With remote working becoming a norm following the COVID-19 pandemic, you might need to make some changes to your management style.
The $33 billion Fortitude Budget is the fourth budget introduced this year by the Singapore Government, and will be focused on jobs.
HR policies and practices are constantly being reviewed and reshaped, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change the way we work.
The latest survey also shows that more than eight in 10 Hong Kong employees are concerned about job security this year.
Speaking at the HR Tech Fest Connect 2020, Lorna Borenstein, CEO and Founder of Grokker, says employers must rethink how they engage their people.
A new Mercer study said companies need to rethink their approach to mental well-being as a return to the workplace looms.
Speaking exclusively at HR Tech Fest Connect 2020, Steve Boese cautioned organisations on how their actions during the COVID-19 pandemic will shape their future.
Speaking exclusively at HR Tech Fest Connect 2020, John Sumser described the “incredible opportunity” for companies to build a fully data-driven decision process for the future.
A new Deloitte study found that only 16% of business leaders expect to significantly increase investment in the continual reinvention of the workforce over the next three years.
Speaking exclusively at HR Tech Fest Connect 2020, Jason Averbook urged organisations to embrace the new Now of Work by changing how they think and work.
The World Health Organisation urged businesses to develop action plans before allowing employees back to the workplace.
The Samsung-backed HR Tech startup now serves over 8,000 clients across Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia, and plans to continue its expansion into the Asia-Pacific region.
At the same time, companies are preparing for a new normal in a post COVID-19 world, reported a new Aon pulse survey.
Companies’ support for their employees during the current COVID-19 crisis is one of the main drivers for brand trust among consumers.
EY’s Physical Return and Work Reimagined framework brings a technology-enabled, risk-based methodology approach for organisations post COVID-19.
As the world anxiously waits for the lockdown from COVID-19 to end, a new generation of workers is evolving and getting ready to take on the new world of work.
Day 2 of HR Tech Fest Connect 2020 saw a number of leading thought leaders provide attendees with a number of thought-provoking insights on how to move their organisations forward in these times of uncertainty.
Twitter also added that those who want to return to the office will need to wait until at least September and reopening will be 'careful'
Whether organisations are preparing for an eventual return to the workplace or extending remote work arrangements, employees' well-being should remain a priority.
John Sumser, a US-based futurist and technology commentator, examines the possibilities of using AI and other intelligent tools to rethink how HR is executed.