Measures being considered to support the budget include companies and workers paying premiums to a child insurance system.
CHROs are being called on to play a greater role than ever in addressing ESG issues, including the risks and opportunities for employers.
Higher pay, more job fulfilment and wanting to be “truly themselves” at work are the factors pushing workers to change jobs, a survey has highlighted.
The most common reason new graduates gave for leaving a job within three years was that the “job was not a good match” (40.1%), according to a survey.
Working with Achievers, Dyson ANZ is reinventing their recognition and reward programme to deliver tangible business results.
Shaswat Kumar, SVP of Global Customer Success and Delivery, Darwinbox, chronicles how HR has evolved into the concept of Adaptable HR.
A new report by Achievers explores how organisations can create a culture of recognition to drive organisational success.
Josh Bersin provides insights into how organisations can review their hiring practices and make better hires to improve their workforce.
Work-life balance is the most important factor for Korea’s MZ generation (Millennials and Generation Z), according to Korea Enterprises Federation (KEF).
Companies in the province would be reimbursed for 50% or 80% of the social insurance paid to women who have a second child or a third child, respectively.
Malaysia's Parliament has amended the Employment Act, which will extend the three-day paternity leave to seven days.
HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 brought Asia’s HR community together to reimagine the future workforce to optimise business impact.
This, Indonesia, believes, is a necessary move to protect all stakeholders in meeting the challenges of a changing world of work.
HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 is presenting Asia’s largest virtual HR technology marketplace, featuring some of the biggest tech brands.
The ASEAN Future of Work conference examined the major shifts affecting the future of work in South-East Asia, including flexible work.
The ASEAN Future of Work conference headlines Day 3 of HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 as attention turns to shaping the future of work in ASEAN.
Moving to the virtual platform, HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 highlights why an organisation’s people are key to long-term success.
From May 11-13, HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 will be presented virtually, offering a lineup of global and regional HR leaders.
The in-person HR Tech Festival Live saw Asia's HR community come together to discuss the role of HR in today’s world of work.
Kicking off HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 is HR Tech Festival Live, the first in-person HR event to be held in Singapore.
Flexible work arrangements are the way forward, especially as they help more women and mature workers participate in the labour force.
A number of Japanese companies are granting its workers flexible work options in a bid to attract and retain talent.
These include gender pay equity, improved career options, improved parental leave, and elimination of sexual harassment.
Return to workplace is more than just a shift back to the physical desk in the office, and requires careful planning to make it a success.
Tan Kwang Cheak, CEO of the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) in Singapore, discusses the organisation’s Work Away from Office (WAO) strategy.
HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 will bring Asia’s HR community together to discuss key workforce issues and challenges.
A sense of fulfilment and work-life balance matter more than salary when picking a job, said respondents to a recent survey.
Procter & Gamble's Dr Anurag Apte highlights the philosophy that healthy people in an organisation equates to healthy business.
Creating and sustaining a culture in which connection and collaboration thrive should be a priority for all organisations, says i4cp.
More Japanese companies are offering a four-day workweek so that their employees can have a better work-life balance.