The region has the highest percentage of women bosses, with Singapore top of the table, according to Credit Suisse.
David Rodriguez, Marriott International’s global Chief HR Officer, shares some of the insights behind the company’s 700,000-strong workforce.
The Malaysians @ Work programme targets graduates, women and apprentices with incentives for workers and companies to help create 350,000 jobs.
The creators of popular ‘’Big Mouth’’ TV series are writing a workplace comedy called ‘’Human Resources” featuring monsters instead of people.
With men massively outnumbering women in technology roles, submissive female voice assistants like Alexa could become rife and reinforce stereotypes.
Sandy Gould, Vice President, Talent Acquisition, Learning, and Diversity & Inclusion at Verizon Media shares the company's innovative new talent strategy.
While millennials hog all the headlines, the next generation after them are now entering the workforce with different attitudes and expectations.
Australia continues to lead the region with nine companies ranked among the world's top 100 most diversity-focused organisations.
Singapore, China and Japan are way down the list which is propped up by South Korea when it comes to workplace preparedness among older workers.
In the age of disruption, jobs should be reinvented rather than eliminated as human talent and expertise are still required.
The country’s largest flight school is turning to females to help meet a shortage of pilots in Asia as demand soars.
The bank wants to help the next generation heads of Asia’s family-led firms to run and grow their businesses.
The accounting software provider's Chief People Officer and CEO work hand-in-hand to meet workforce needs.
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad says retiring at 60 is good enough and will avoid ‘’deadwood’’ in the workplace.
People with autism can fill up AI jobs that are highly repetitive and analytical.
There is a huge imbalance when it comes to gender in the dynamic technology space.
Malaysian industries need to step up and take on the fourth Industrial Revolution, according to the International Data Corporation.
A LinkedIn report highlights the distinct word choices that can discourage women from applying for jobs.
In an unrelated civil court case, a former HR leader at IBM has said that massive layoffs were part of an effort to appeal to millennial talent.
The Chief People Officer of Singapore-based Everise explains why diversity efforts sometimes fail, as well as the Everise approach to inclusion.
Matthew Durham, with Simmons & Simmons, says the law on sexual harassment in Mainland China is rapidly catching up to societal change.
David Fairhurst, Corporate EVP, Global Chief People Officer of McDonald's Corp, offers some key advice for HR leaders, based on his own extensive career.
The programme, centred in the US city of Detroit, has already improved the company's early-development and diversity pipelines.
Lisa Butler, Global Chief Talent and Diversity Officer, for Manulife, says celebrations of Pride Month need to be matched by real action from business.
After its merger, the newly formed Kraft Heinz Co. got straight to work on formalising LGBTQ inclusion across its US organisation and beyond.
Hundreds of thousands of women have downed tools in Switzerland to join an organised strike for greater equality in work.
Leaders need to start seeing D&I as part of the boardroom agenda and put in place policies that are able to create diverse and inclusive teams.
Most businesses in the region do not offer employees the soft skills training or flexible working policies needed to prepare for an inclusive workforce.
Diageo's new global policy offers female employees in all markets a minimum of 26 weeks of fully paid maternity leave.
Women struggle to be visible at the workplace while avoiding backlash – thus breeding a culture where a fear of failure is persistent.