CJ Group was the latest to announce a paid vaccination leave for its employees, who can take two days off to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations.
Organisations are thinking of more inclusive ways of improving the mental health and wellbeing of an increasingly diverse workforce.
HealthJustice Philippines has urged the government to enforce smoke-free workplaces in a bid to fight the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Companies in Miyagi, Osaka, and Hyōgo Prefectures were asked to adopt remote work arrangements to control the spread of COVID-19.
From May 16 to June 13, the size of group gatherings allowed will be cut from five people to two as employees are told to WFH whenever possible,
Research from the ADP Research Institute provides insights into how the workforce in Singapore and across Asia Pacific has changed over the past year.
Employers in Malaysia have been warned that they risk closure if staff are not allowed to self-quarantine while waiting for COVID-19 screening results.
Rachele Focardi explains why improving generational diversity is now key for workplace success.
Women, allies and organisations must come together to drive meaningful change for women in the workplace, Skillsoft has advocated in a report.
Discover how organisations can rethink and redesign their employee experience strategies in a reshaped workplace.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has scrapped the A$450 (US$354) a month threshold to pay mandatory super in the 2021 federal budget.
The Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training has clarified that factories cannot force workers to be vaccinated in order for them to return to work.
Financial incentives are offered to businesses that implement work from home (WFH) schemes to lower the number of people who commute to work.
SumTotal Systems' Morne Swart explains why being able to quickly figure out and develop new roles will be the key to a sustainable future for organisations.
Telstra’s Alex Badenoch, who will be speaking at HR Tech Fest Connect 2021, gives some tips on how organisations can make remote work a success.
HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 will provide key insights that will allow organisations to plan for a successful workplace transformation.
The new National Workplace Learning Certification scheme will help companies identify and close gaps in their workplace learning systems.
The announcement comes ahead of its Federal budget on May 11, and includes measures to support skills and investments in the digital workforce.
The Cabinet gave in-principle approval for the fiscal stimulus measures, aimed to help the poor cope with the economic impact from the pandemic.
The SME Digital Reboot programme aims to help 500 companies in Singapore deepen their digital capabilities by the end of 2022.
Workers who receive the COVID-19 vaccine will be entitled to two days off work, according to the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC).
Anita Lettink, a keynote presenter at HR Tech Fest Connect 2021, gives some tips on defining organisations' post-pandemic approach to work.
Businesses in six Selangor districts will be allowed to have 30% of staff present in offices from May 6 till May 17 under the latest movement control order.
HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 will provide key insights into how organisations can more effectively manage their employees’ mental health and wellbeing.
The government’s subsidy programme has disbursed US$24 million to pregnant workers since its launch in January 2018.
Firms should review operations and minimise the use of in-person manpower, limiting it to critical operations or activities required by law.
Larger businesses were twice as likely to have introduced remote working arrangements in response to COVID-19 as compared to smaller firms.
In an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19, employers need to reduce the number of staff in the office from the current 75% back to 50%.
Organisations can build futureproof workforces by leaping forward in iterative ways and, strengthening the skills and capabilities that are critical for success.
The government is encouraging workers to relocate to less-populated areas of the country while still employed by businesses based in Tokyo.