The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) aims to attract and retain the best talent by improving its employee benefits programme.
A proposed bill will double paternity leave and extend unpaid infant care leave, providing crucial support for new parents.
ESG-HR can address social and governance issues and promote environmental sustainability, writes Dr CJ Meadows.
Regardless of gender, employees who are parents are offered 20 weeks of paid leave to encourage a balanced approach to parenting.
Receiving inappropriate comments and not being valued for their work are some of the pervasive challenges faced by women.
Kuehne+Nagel is taking steps to combat workplace discrimination and promote inclusivity, focusing on mental health and diversity.
The right approach to flexible work can pave the way for a more sustainable, productive, and inclusive society, according to a new study.
In the coming fiscal year, organisations will receive financial support to offer allowances to employees covering colleagues on parental leave.
Championing inclusivity and diversity, its Lead With Care programme provides support for employees who have children with disabilities.
Malaysia is targeting 60% female labour participation through policy enhancements, ecosystem support, and training.
HSBC Singapore employees who are working parents will be granted more parental leave to spend time with their families.
Embracing a transformative shift in employee engagement, organisations are shaping thriving workforces in an adaptable corporate landscape.
REPH has been honoured for cultivating an inclusive work environment, prioritising talent development and learning opportunities.
HR is embarking on a new journey to promote fairer and more progressive people policies in APAC, says Low Peck Kem, the new President of APFHRM.
Rachele Focardi, Founder of XYZ@Work, explores the post-pandemic impact of purpose on uniting generations and driving positive change.
A new project launched by Rothman & Roman aims to present the best employee engagement and communication practices in Singapore.
The DE&I journey has taken Bloomberg from diversity to inclusion, writes Alisha Fernando, Head of Diversity and Inclusion APAC, Bloomberg.
Nearly 900 organisations, each with over 250 employees, are set to disclose their gender pay gaps under new regulations.
While there has been an improvement in gender diversity, the government is pushing for more listed organisations to embrace gender diversity.
HR expert Tasha Enright explains how organisations and HR departments can better relate to millennials and Gen Z employees in the workplace.
Prior to the passage of the Workplace Fairness Legislation in 2024, Singapore has outlined key areas that will be protected in the workplace.
Over the next decade, the government will focus on raising minimum wage to match costs of living, as well as increasing female workforce representation.
Organisations can deploy AI to improve diversity in hiring and potentially raise productivity, writes Steve Boese.
Increasing gender equality remains a priority for Japan, where women have reached a 53.2% employment rate.
RS' Laura Gui shares insights on HR leadership as a driver of business transformation and change management.
As the workforce continues to age, organisations need to offer more than just compensation to attract and retain older employees.
Organisations can drive future growth by identifying trends and opportunities, says HR Tech Fest Connect 2023 speaker Go Ashokh Menon.
Creating a workplace where all employees can bring their true and authentic selves to work is the goal of a Samsung Electronics DE&I leader.
Speaking to HRM Asia, C&W Services Singapore’s Managing Director, Natalie Craig, highlights what organisations can do for an inclusive work culture.
Through initiatives such as Women’s Employment Action Plan, progress continues to be made in women’s education and workforce participation.