HRM Asia’s CHRO Online Series 2021 will kick off on October 28 with CHRO Indonesia discussing how HR is taking the lead in shaping the future of work.
Employees who made claims for salary arrears and compensation for wrongful dismissal in the last financial year recovered S$13 million.
Workers in Taiwan worked more hours than those in other countries in the world last year except for three other countries, according to the Ministry of Labour.
To help workers, especially women, balance family and employment responsibilities, Labour has urged for a review of the “erosion” of part-time work.
Josh Bersin details the critical components to consider when designing deskless work strategies and the employee experience for deskless workers.
Although wages levels have been increasing, workers are still making less than they used to as compared to before the pandemic hit.
Australia's Northern Territory has made it compulsory for anyone serving the public at work to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
All public and private institutions have begun testing employees and officials for COVID-19 after the recently concluded Pchum Ben festival.
An upcoming webinar by Workday and HRM Asia will examine how organisations are managing employee experience in a hybrid work environment.
The Japan Federation of Employers' Associations says taking on secondary employment can result in a more productive workforce.
The Employers & Manufacturers Association (EMA) is calling on the government to mandate workers to carry digital vaccine passports to enter workplaces.
The majority of businesses have had to resort to remote working as India went into a hard lockdown from March last year, shutting for three months.
About 13 business groups have asked the government to restrict the mobility of unvaccinated individuals and to step up mass inoculations.
Businesses in Auckland are calling for government-mandated vaccination at workplaces amid a lockdown that has lasted seven weeks.
A recent SAP SuccessFactors webinar highlighted how organsiations can successfully deploy technology to upskill and reskill employees.
With more organisations treating DE&I as a priority, CoachHub explains why digital coaching can help to create the best DEI programmes.
Malaysia has announced that all medically fit federal government employees must be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Healthcare staff in New South Wales (NSW) must be inoculated with the COVID-19 vaccine by September 30, said NSW health minister Brad Hazzard.
It called on lawmakers to pass proposed amendments to an act that would allow male employees seven days of paid pre-paternity leave.
Yvonne Teo, Vice President, HR, Asia Pacific, ADP, highlights how organisations can successfully manage an increasingly diverse workforce.
Employers have been told not to impose mandatory vaccination requirements on their staff or penalise those who opt not to be vaccinated.
If their jobs do not allow them to work from home, then employers must treat the period of absence as paid sick leave, said authorities.
As COVID-19 cases continue to spike, work from home (WFH) will be the default for all employees who are able to do so.
Authorities in the city have launched a revision on the local regulations of population and family planning.
HR Tech Asia Online 2021 drew to a successful conclusion with a closer look at the future of work in South-East Asia.
Changes to the Fair Work Act were passed in March, allowing casual staff the right to convert to permanent employment after 12 months of work.
Day 2 of HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021 provided key insights into workforce issues such as employee experience, leadership, and hybrid work.
HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021 concludes with the ASEAN Future of Work conference track, which puts the spotlight on South-East Asia's workforce.
Day 1 of HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021 highlighted how HR leaders can help their organisations prepare themselves for the future.
A new report from SumTotal Systems highlights how organisations can take a strategic approach to close skills gaps.