They like the flexibility to choose their working hours and enjoy the freedom from corporate culture and relationships.
Rob Squires, Vice President and Head of Sales for Asia and Japan, Ceridian, highlights how organisations can leverage technology to prioritise succession planning.
The Zhongshan city government in Guangdong province has introduced a series of incentives to support “working moms” reentering the workforce.
Tim Sackett, President, HRU Technical Resources, shares how organisations can build a cohesive digital culture in a multi-channel work environment.
This is to sort out differences in opinions of remote work between developers and IT companies in special economic zones (SEZs).
Workers aged 65 and above increased to 38.2% in June, up from 34.9% in May, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).
The labour ministry is now making it compulsory for all workplaces employing a certain number of regular employees to provide rest facilities for their staff.
Only about 66% of employers in the city-state are actively taking steps to address mental health challenges.
Working hours in the country will be reduced to 45 hours from the current 48, according to amendments to the Employment Act.
Companies are encouraged to gather opinions from their employees and use the information as a basis for the programme.
A survey among 100 leading corporations found that 81 of them have no issue with staff taking up a second job to boost income.
Amanda Gervay, Senior VP, People & Capability, Asia Pacific, Mastercard, explains why organisations should foster a culture of corporate decency.
Supporting young families in mind, the online portal for workplaces provides resources and information about pregnancy and mothers returning to work.
Nearly 53% of employers prefer hybrid work arrangements for their employees, though the degree of adoption varies from company to company.
A new bill has been filed to repeal the compulsory retirement age of 65 years to allow employees to continue working if they want and are able to.
While a record number of men took paternity leave in Japan last year, the figure still falls short of the government’s goal of reaching 30% by 2025.
Launched in 2018, the programme is designed to provide skills training and employment opportunities for workers in the country.
The Federation of Korean Industries has urged employers to provide more work flexibility to employees.
The concept sees employees continuing to perform their job duties but quit the habit of going above and beyond in the workplace.
Workplaces should have more lactation rooms so that working mothers can have paid nursing breaks, said MP Louis Ng.
Employees can work in the same virtual office with their colleagues and mingle with other workers from other firms in the shared lounge.
In a constantly changing world of work, employee experience is key to building an interconnected and future-ready workforce.
Three in four employees in the IT sector refuse to be in the office for even one day a week, citing reasons such as long commutes.
With many employees in Singapore indicating that they want a four-day workweek, some firms have already adopted the practice.
The Alliance for Safe Community (ASC) has called on employers to implement workplace health promotion (WHP) to better manage workers' mental health.
There are no proposals being examined to include such leave in regulations, said India’s Union Minister for Women and Child Development.
The government has urged companies to raise wages on par with price hikes of around 2%, a level the central bank has set as its inflation target.
The Victorian state government has paid out A$6m, covering over 30,000 workers who have signed up to its pilot scheme to trial sick leave for casuals.
In the early days of the pandemic, the percentage of informal workers was 56.64%, but this continued to increase till almost 60% as of this February.
More than 11 million Australians, including about 2.4 million casual workers, will soon have access to 10 days of paid domestic violence leave.