Day 2 of HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 examined key workforce issues such as skills building, remote work management, leadership and employee wellbeing.
A statement has been issued to all factories and enterprises mandating that workers be given a paid day off in order to get vaccinated.
Premier Li Keqiang pledged to extend more support to micro and small enterprises (MSEs) and the self-employed on six fronts.
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.
To encourage the flow of people from urban to regional areas, the government will raise the national average of minimum wages to ¥1,000 per hour.
Businesses have been told to form their own internal audit committees to ensure compliance to the stricter SOPs under the MCO.
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South Korea’s policymakers have proposed a bill that will guarantee employees’ rights when a company is in a spinoff.
The proposal would allow workers who have to take unpaid leave to take care of their children to apply for the subsidies.
As organisations look to navigate past the pandemic and into an era of a redesigned workforce, what are the key priorities facing HR leaders?
A recent webinar organised by Indeed and HRM Asia examined trends in recruitment, and how organisations can reshape their employer brand.
Some companies, both in the public and private sector, have already begun lining up its vaccination programme for their staff and family members.
The minimum wage in Hong Kong has been frozen for the first time since the Minimum Wage Ordinance came into effect in 2011.
With workforce transformation continuing to gain pace, organisations have to ensure their employees build new skills and enhance existing ones.
The New Zealand parliament has passed a bill that will double the number of paid sick leave for employees from five to 10 days.
The average wages of private-sector urban workers increased by 4,123 yuan (US$640) to 57,727 yuan (US$8,967) annually in 2020, up 5.3% year-on-year.
There are many innovative HR tech solutions available in the market today to help companies make better organisational and business decisions.
Employees in the Philippines who are disabled or pass away due to injury-related incidents when working from home will now be compensated.
This comes amid fears that the salaries of civil servants could suffer a cut this year as Hong Kong continues to be impacted by the pandemic.
The launch of the national framework to measure workplace diversity, equity and inclusion will help organisations make changes to improve.
The move to remote work comes as an increasingly number of COVID-19 infections are reported in Taiwan.
What is the next big shift in HR Tech, that will allow organisations to successfully build future-capable workforces?
An upcoming webinar from SAP SuccessFactors will provide insights into how HR leaders can successfully pivot to build a future-capable workforce.
As all schools start full home-based learning (HBL) from today, parents who cannot work from home have to find alternative arrangements.
The proposals for higher wages could be reflected in the government’s mid-year policy guidelines, and will provide the basis for its fiscal year budget in 2022.
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.
Globalization Partners' Charles Ferguson explains why the rise of the remote workforce may help level the playing field on a global scale.
The government will co-pay wages of local employees up to the first S$4,600 of gross monthly wages during the period in which dining-in is prohibited.
Senator Grace Poe has urged for educational programmes to help seniors work from home (WFH) instead of leaving their homes during the pandemic.