Employees who participated in a four-day work week trial want the arrangement to stay and their employers are ready to oblige.
Employees in New Zealand are rallying for increased health and safety protection in small businesses through a new bill.
Creating security is the first principle of creating an environment where people really want to engage and thrive, writes Martin Laschkolnig.
The new system involves two 12-hours shifts followed by multiple days offs, without adding to employees’ overall working hours.
Many women in Indonesia, especially those with small children, are leaving the workforce due to childcare costs and societal expectations.
Ng Ying Yuan, COO for Group Human Resources, DBS, shares the bank’s commitment to sustainability and how this has won buy-in from employees.
Both employers and job applications should expect the hiring process to evolve, highlighting the importance of adaptability in today’s job market.
By May 1, employees will be required to be in office at least three times a week, except those in customer support and sales roles.
Properly funded reforms and initiatives can provide greater choice and control to employees in Australia with disabilities.
Flexibility working is crucial for retaining employees, but they need more control over their working arrangements to make the most of hybrid work.
Contrary to popular belief, workplace favouritism may not always be negative and can have positive effects on team performance.
Speaking with HRM Asia, TTSH’s Lek Jie Ying highlights how the hospital is helping employees overcome the challenges posed by the pandemic.
Increasing paternity leave and establishing a new entity to support employee training are among the measures announced in Singapore’s Budget 2023.
Despite employees' desire for flexibility, Ajay Banga, former Mastercard CEO, says in-person work remains crucial to building personal connections.
An employers’ organisation has called on employers to create a supportive environment for employees caring for both children and elderly parents.
Encouraging employees to tackle allergies and hay fever leads to increased workplace satisfaction and efficiency, more companies are finding out.
While sound talent management can yield significant financial rewards, traditional accounting strategies often do not reflect these benefits.
In response to workplace changes, the government is continuing to work with various stakeholders to find ways to improve employee resilience.
While building trust with stakeholders brings many benefits, many organisations are not doing enough to operationalise trust as a business priority.
The announcement comes as the tech company prepares to lay off 10% of its workforce through the end of the fiscal year.
Allowing employees short periods of time to exercise can increase focus and allow them to perform better at work, a new study has found.
More organisations operating in Tokyo are planning to rent more office space to allow employees to return to the office.
The reduction of top executives’ salaries provides HR with the opportunity to strengthen employee morale and retention during a period of layoffs.
When voicing their opinions in the workplace, employees should consider if they are speaking with the most appropriate person.
The tech company’s efforts to build an inclusive and diverse workplace has been highlighted by the 2023 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index.
A new advisory committee has been form to develop policies for work injury compensation and address key operational issues faced by platform workers.
TikTok offers a potential platform for HR teams to engage with young employees, improve onboarding processes and training programmes.
Employees of Rimini Street will continue to work four days a week throughout 2023, as they have been doing since July 2022.
For meetings to be effective and achieve their goals, employees should be encouraged to speak ahead of managers and leaders.
While excessive noise in the workplace can be a distraction, a lack of background sounds can be detrimental to employee health.