The Ministry of Manpower (MOM), together with unions and employer groups, will review the Tripartite Guidelines on Fair Employment Practices
A new report from the Achievers Workforce Institute highlights the importance of integrating D&I initiatives with employee recognition programmes.
A new report from the Achievers Workforce Institute details how organisations can improve employee engagement by creating a sense of belonging.
The new measures will allow parents to qualify for paternity, maternity and adoption benefits of up to S$30,000, depending on their income.
This month’s People at Work 2021 focus is on Gen Z employees starting careers during one of the most disruptive events to hit in the modern workplace.
Beginning July 1, public sector workers will have access to 14 weeks of paid parental leave in the state of New South Wales.
With forward-looking initiatives that are focused on flexibility and adaptability, the life insurer is forging the way in building a future-ready workforce.
Taking place from September 21-23, HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021 will help define HR’s roadmap for 2022.
India has fallen 28 places to rank 140th among 156 countries in gender gap parity, according to a World Economic Forum report.
Josh Bersin highlights the key considerations that will help create an effective, safe and productive approach to hybrid work.
A border worker who was dismissed for refusing to get the COVID-19 jab has brought her case to the Employment Relations Authority (ERA).
40.2% of Japanese people aged 60 and above want to work or continue in their jobs, a government survey has found.
Online work can provide women with more employment opportunities, though it comes with its own limitations and challenges, says DOLE official.
Fathers will be able to take a total of four weeks off within eight weeks of their child’s birth, and can choose to split the period into two breaks.
With employee wellbeing a key priority for many organisations today, Microsoft Viva provides a new platform to elevate each employee’s experience.
Day 2 of HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 examined key workforce issues such as skills building, remote work management, leadership and employee wellbeing.
HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 continues with an in-depth look the key priorities and issues facing HR leaders in 2021.
Day 1 of HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 featured insightful discussions on topics such as employee engagement and strategic workforce planning.
Diana Spalding, Head of Apps, Oracle Singapore, explains why organisations need to look beyond old ways of working and create a workplace technocracy.
The launch of the national framework to measure workplace diversity, equity and inclusion will help organisations make changes to improve.
A Cabinet Office panel has concluded that a prolonged pandemic is likely to cause the gender gap to widen, and urged the government to act.
Senator Grace Poe has urged for educational programmes to help seniors work from home (WFH) instead of leaving their homes during the pandemic.
The Legislative Yuan has approved an amendment to an act that will lower requirements for foreign white-collar professionals seeking work in Taiwan.
Rachele Focardi explains why improving generational diversity is now key for workplace success.
Women, allies and organisations must come together to drive meaningful change for women in the workplace, Skillsoft has advocated in a report.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has scrapped the A$450 (US$354) a month threshold to pay mandatory super in the 2021 federal budget.
HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 will provide key insights that will allow organisations to plan for a successful workplace transformation.
The government’s subsidy programme has disbursed US$24 million to pregnant workers since its launch in January 2018.
The MyMudah platform, launched last July, aims to alleviate the economic impact of COVID-19 on local enterprises and international businesses.
To increase women’s participation in the workforce, the Australian government is considering increasing childcare subsidies in its upcoming budget.