Although it is not mandatory to mask up at workplaces, employees have been encouraged to continue the practice.
Interest in companies to hire workers with disabilities has risen by 30% since this August, driven largely by the service sectors.
A projected salary increase of 4.5% across all industries can be expected for the next two years as companies offer higher wages to attract talent.
To enable more older adults to continue to contribute to the economy, a mindset shift for employers is needed.
Employers and their workers get to decide whether to continue wearing masks at work after President Ferdinand Marcos Jr scrapped the mask mandate.
It identified young employees, workers with children, and non-permanent employees as those who are most vulnerable to inflation.
For the next 12 months, employees will have the flexibility to choose which day or set of hours is most suitable for them to take off.
Leave should be granted to enable employees to deal with the mental stress that they feel at the workplace, says the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC).
A revised law, which comes into effect January 1 next year, forbids the sexual harassment of women and reduces barriers to career advancement.
About 83.2% of New Zealand employees say the ability to work from anywhere has made them happier and more productive.
Besides facing burnout, some 20% of these employees have also expressed stress related to a lack of learning and development opportunities.
Remote employees are able to spend more time with their families, sleep better, and experience less stress from commuting to the office.
Working remotely allows employees to sleep better and feel satisfied if they balance telework and office work appropriately.
Flexible schedules can reduce burnout, increase employee engagement and loyalty, and promote business success.
Despite the convenience, employees working remotely are concerned about fatigue and isolation, an IR survey finds.
To better protect employees’ mental health and wellbeing, the Senator committee is advocating for new protections for flexible work.
Recommendations to improve the working conditions, as well as physical and financial health of gig workers, are expected to be finalised soon.
Companies in Indonesia have been urged to invest in female workers’ health to increase business productivity and employee loyalty.
The Health Promotion Foundation wants to add to the 2,000 workplaces around the country that are already non-smoking premises.
As part of efforts to help child-rearing parents, the prefecture of Miyagi plans to grant government workers leave to take care of their grandchildren.
A study revealed that when it comes to integrating mental health into formal management systems, most firms have much to improve on.
Organisations have been urged to implement and observe labour norms that address wages, social assistance, as well as work safety and health.
Singapore President Halimah Yaakob has encouraged employers to institute family-care leave to allow workers to care for their families.
Providing more flexibility and time off are some of the ways Google is using to lure staff back to the office.
HRM Asia’s CHRO Series Malaysia will pave the way for sustainable employee journeys and highlight trends in human capital management.
Businesses in Malaysia have been urged to do more to support employees who continue to suffer from the disease.
Hybrid managers feel less connected to their company culture than their full-time remote or full-time on-site peers.
A study found that employees who switch to a four-day workweek sleep an hour more than they did when working five days a week.
First piloted by the Health Promotion Board in 2019, the programme will now cover another 7,000 workers by 2024.
As sexual violence cases have a detrimental effect on productivity, it is critical that companies prevent such incidents, said the Manpower Ministry.