Over 120 CHROs attended CHRO Online Malaysia, which highlighted the key priorities facing HR and business leaders in 2021.
The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) will work with employers and building owners to better manage infectious diseases in the workplace.
COVID-19 has caused hiring in the country to decline by more than 50%, with more applicants vying for the same job.
This marks an improvement from June’s high number of 31,000, which has fallen as the economic impact of COVID-19 has waned.
Thought leaders like Jason Averbook and Josh Bersin will join speakers from ADP and Microsoft in discussing some of the key challenges facing leaders .
The move by the Japanese government seeks to make the country more attractive for foreigners to work in by taking care of workers’ wellbeing.
Singapore has been ranked ninth in 2020’s list of the most competitive countries for talent globally, by the IMD World Competitiveness Centre.
With Indonesia falling into its first recession in 22 years, an increasing number of workers are being laid off without pay.
The percentage of workers “temporarily laid off” by small and medium sized companies rose sharply from 28.0% in August to 50.1% in September.
This ratio is lower among female, non-regular, and low-income workers.
Actions will be implemented in three overlapping phases over the next two years.
Over 130 CHROs attended CHRO Indonesia, which examines issues such as how HR tech will impact the workplace in 2021.
Skills will form the key component in driving today’s workforce, as companies begin to place a higher value and focus on skills.
Workforces need to focus on upskilling business skills such as communication and leadership, says Skillsoft.
Malaysia’s Movement Control Order (MCO or PKP) has given rise to an alternative for the WFH acronym – work from hotel.
The new guidelines cut compliance for the IT industry, removing reporting obligations for firms, and easing the way for WFH to take place.
Unions in Australia unions are evaluating if more protection would be needed so that workers do not face discrimination or loss of pay and benefits.
Malaysian graduates are either unemployed six months after completing their studies, or are taking jobs they are overskilled for.
Public and private companies in India are giving out bonuses to their employees for the upcoming festival of lights.
Speaking with HRM Asia, Mastercard’s Amanda Gervay highlights how the company builds long-term success through demonstrating workforce agility.
At CHRO Series Indonesia, ADP and Microsoft will address key workforce issues as organsiations look to navigate successfully beyond the pandemic.
Syamim Bin Selamat, a Principal Assistant Engineer with Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA), shares his learning experience with WSDeg.
Jason Averbook, who will be a keynote speaker at CHRO Online Series 2020, describes the four pillars that will support a Digital Vision.
When making COVID-19 judgements – like whether to bring workers back to the office - HR needs to think about what is right and safe for workers.
At the recently concluded virtual US HR Tech Conference 2020, industry leaders explored the challenges of 2020 and the opportunities to come.
At the virtual US HR Tech Conference 2020, which is taking place from October 27-30, leaders from Cornerstone shared insights on how HR can keep up with rapid-fire change.
Speaking with HRM Asia, ADP's Peter Hadley explains how organisations should approach people leadership, payroll and technology in order to be successful beyond the pandemic.
In the process of organisational transformation, putting people first gives you the greatest chance at sustainable success.
With the firm belief that happy employees lead to happy guests, Ramada and Days Hotels by Wyndham Singapore is focused on fostering a positive organisational culture.
The Malaysian Employers Federation has called for more clarity on the government’s work-from-home (WFH) directive.