Learn about the latest HR strategies and technologies to drive HR transformation at HR Tech Festival Asia 2023, which is taking place from May 10-11.
The campaign addresses Singapore's overwork culture and stresses the importance of employees investing time in their social lives.
Although many organisations have recently introduced a wage hike, Rengo is calling for further wage rises beyond 2023.
Providing superannuation contributions to gig employers will enable them to build up their retirement nests, says Industry Super Australia.
Kevin Oakes, CEO of i4cp, highlights why organisations should prioritise creating a healthy culture above mandating where employees work.
Steve Boese examines some of the tech options organisations can adopt to reduce burnout and support employee wellbeing.
Flexible work is seen as a key strategy to reduce exhaustion and increase motivation among employees in Australia.
Low incentives and inadequate pay are causing low productivity and employees’ desire to leave their current employers.
Shifting to job-based employment helps firms identify desired skills and provides employees with opportunities for career advancements.
During HR Tech Festival Asia 2023, the CHRO Symposium powered by Workday will discuss new paradigms in talent management.
Flexible work is highly valued among employees with 52% considering it essential and 25% ranking it as the most important factor when job searching.
Employees who are entitled to the Eid Al-Fitr allowance must be reimbursed by 15 April 2023, one week before the holiday commences.
The Malaysian government has been urged to promote policies that support non-discriminatory employment and continued learning.
Instead of taking credit for other people’s ideas, employees should collaborate with their colleagues to achieve success as a group.
The Engage and Innovate Theatres at HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 will discuss how HR leaders can navigate the changing nature of work.
A new health and safety code will support workplaces in creating mentally healthy environments and address psychological health risks.
As working parents juggle work and parental obligations, more working parents in the UK want the option to work flexibly.
Developing a compelling employer value proposition and leveraging innovative technology are two key elements in attracting and retaining top talent.
Australia plans to enhance the parental leave framework to promote gender equality and provide flexibility for families.
When considering how to grow their organisation, leaders can do worse than listening to and investing in their employees.
Speakers at the Reimagine Theatre during HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 will highlight the challenges and opportunities posed by the evolving world of work.
Some of the reasons that are causing employees to leave an organisation may be more straightforward and obvious than many expect.
The amended Labour Protection Act sets out the terms and conditions to define the work-from-anywhere concept in Thailand.
Building genuine relationships with colleagues and adopting an agile mindset are just some of the traits employees need to succeed in a hybrid workplace.
Apple, Amazon, and Twitter are just some of the tech companies that are now making it mandatory for employees to return to the office.
Employers can do more to improve the wellbeing of their employees so they can advance their careers with the organisation.
The tech giant has rejected a petition from about 30,000 employees, who have rejected the call to return to the office from CEO Andy Jassy.
Legislation is being crafted to ban workplace discrimination but concerns have been raised over its clarity and how it will impact employers.
Independent food delivery riders in Thailand are advocating for equitable employee benefits and support while facing work hazards.
Besides monetary rewards, organisations are also offering more work flexibility in a bid to attract and retain the best talent.