New research suggests organisations anticipating public scrutiny are more likely to implement changes to reduce gender pay gap.
The National Australia Bank (NAB) has launched an in-house version of She Builds CloudUp programme to boost gender diversity in tech.
31% of Singapore residents aged 65 and above are employed, with the majority earning less than S$2,500 (US$1,885) monthly.
The tech company’s efforts to build an inclusive and diverse workplace has been highlighted by the 2023 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index.
Through advocacy in government-linked and private firms, Malaysia wants to achieve the goal of 30% female representation in key decision-making roles.
The Women of Colour Executive Leadership Programme is launched to help diverse women advance their careers.
A failure to focus on DE&I lowers organisations’ standing among consumers and make them a less attractive proposition for employees.
Juliana Tan, Human Resource Director, UNIQLO Singapore, shares the clothing apparel company’s strategies for creating a fulfilling work environment.
Employers are encouraged to consider employees’ cultures, values, and beliefs in any activities, programmes or policies that are not work-related.
With the interchangeable holiday policy, employees at Unilever are free to exchange a public holiday for another day that is more significant to them.
Diversity is commonly understood to refer to visible differences, but it encompasses a much broader range of characteristics within the workplace.
In addition to legislation, employers are encouraged to play a more active role in creating an inclusive and fair work environment for their employees.
People with disabilities will benefit from the programme as it explores innovative approaches to drive change in the workplace.
An unmarried male employee has received a month’s wage and five days of leave, which is equivalent to what newlyweds have been receiving from LG Uplus.
Organisations can create a productive and meaningful workplace for employees by developing an experience based on purpose.
As hybrid work continues, firms are encouraged to prioritise the wellbeing of their employees to retain and support their journey towards fulfilling careers.
The Australian government believes more efforts can be made to encourage workplace giving and make it a key component of national philanthropic goals.
For women to return to work, a care infrastructure needs to be in place to allow them to keep up their commitments at home.
Researchers examined gender-pay inequality in 15 countries and found that women still earn less than men in similar occupations.
Employers and employees must work together to adapt to new ways of working in a rapidly changing and evolving economic environment.
The factors that weigh on unfair compensation include discrimination, bias in hiring, and having more men in senior management roles.
HRM Asia's CHRO Series Malaysia 2022 took a deep dive into topics such as employee wellbeing, HR transformation, and workforce optimisation.
Health, meaningful employment, a decent income, and an adequate level of wealth are factors to enable individuals to participate and contribute to society.
With people key for organisational success, attracting and retaining the best talent is on the agenda of every HR and business leader heading into 2023.
Attracting, managing, and retaining talent was a key discussion point at HRM Asia’s CHRO Series Singapore 2022, which took place on December 1.
Employers must do more to eradicate workplace harassment in their organisations, said the Australian Human Rights Commission.
Underperformance on DEI could have an adverse impact on organisations when it comes to recruitment and retention.
HR is pivoting to Human Development (HD) with stakeholder management becoming more paramount than just delivering profits.
A new bill strengthens the anti-discrimination provisions under the Labour Code of the Philippines to safeguard female employees.
Mallory Loone, Co-Founder of Work Inspires, provides tips on how organisations can redesign the right employee experiences for their employees.