The Malaysia edition of HRM Asia’s CHRO Series 2023 will provide a platform for HR leaders to discuss talent challenges and opportunities.
The expectation placed on leaders has increased over the last three years, although they are now given more opportunities to effect change.
Improving workplace amenities is one measure organisations in Malaysia can implement to encourage more women to return to the workforce.
Dubbed “The Gift”, this initiative aims to revolutionise work practices, boost productivity, and prioritise employee wellbeing.
Amazon is reinforcing their return-to-office mandate for all employees, asking managers to fire those who do not comply.
Organisations can use the concept of Workplace Experience Design (WXD) to create dynamic and inclusive workplaces, says Unispace’s Tim Larson.
Why is grief so important to address, especially in the workplace? Two experts discuss their three-pronged solution to the matter.
Employees working in the state capital are now some of the highest-earning in the country, according to the Delhi state government.
Female employees are more likely than their male counterparts to work less than 40 hours in a week, according to Stats NZ.
A new initiative looks to help employers better support employees who also have caregiving responsibilities alongside their paid jobs.
The country ranks high on digital and physical infrastructure, but is found wanting when it comes to metrics such as economic safety and cost of living.
Start-up founders with distinct personalities are more likely to succeed, and diverse founding teams further increase the odds.
More C-Suite leaders are reporting a rise in hiring remote employees due to a lack of resources, resulting in a more varied, capable workforce.
With the rise of employee burnout threatening to push out more IT knowledge employees, leaders must lead by example to manage the crisis.
Employees should not be on the interview panel choosing potential new managers and leaders due to inherent bias, says a Senior Leader at Amazon.
Strategic IT investments boost top-performing organisations, while AI reshapes customer and employee experiences.
Japan’s insufficient sleep crisis is linked to daytime fatigue, reduced focus, and severe conditions like depression and anxiety.
Efforts to boost the labour market in Malaysia will see a six-pronged solution to help increase employment for women, amongst other initiatives.
Organised by HRM Asia, the event gathers HR leaders in Indonesia to discuss how they can successfully navigate the future of HR in 2024 and beyond.
Mental health disorders are straining individuals, employers, and society, leading to absenteeism and unemployment, a new study has found.
Despite people valuing both meaningful work and salary, there is only one winner when employees are made to choose one over the other.
While technology has a role to play in combating gender inequality, organisations can leverage on technology to create more effective strategies.
The progressive wage model will help drive employment and ensure renumeration improves for skilled employees, says Malaysia’s HR Minister.
Deeply entrenched traditional beliefs in Japan that colleagues are inconvenienced are discouraging some employees from taking annual leave.
Speaking at the HR Technology Conference, Microsoft’s Amy Coleman offers insights on building a flexible and inclusive workplace.
To create a collaborative work culture that considers everyone’s needs, organisations must do more to understand their employees.
A progressive wage policy will ensure employees are fairly rewarded for their contributions, suggested Malaysia’s Economy Minister.
Labour groups in Thailand are supporting contract employees who want an end to short-term contract employment due to unequal treatment.
To help employees cope with raising costs of living, Myanmar has raised the minimum wage for the first time since 2018.
Toxic workplace relationships are pervasive in Australia, with more employees reporting experiencing bullying, harassment, or discrimination.