Researchers examined gender-pay inequality in 15 countries and found that women still earn less than men in similar occupations.
Bonus payouts will be higher in Indonesia this year, and salary increases will follow in 2023, a Mercer report has predicted.
Unlike their more experienced counterparts, younger employees will choose more income over having more free time.
Lisa Vandertogt, Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp, highlights the key people skills that will allow managers to be successful leaders.
Employers and employees must work together to adapt to new ways of working in a rapidly changing and evolving economic environment.
The factors that weigh on unfair compensation include discrimination, bias in hiring, and having more men in senior management roles.
Employees will only be tempted to leave for another employer in 2023 if they receive a substantial salary increase as the cost of living continues to raise.
To allow employees to thrive in a hybrid environment, organisations should design work models around the needs of their workforce.
HRM Asia's CHRO Series Malaysia 2022 took a deep dive into topics such as employee wellbeing, HR transformation, and workforce optimisation.
Inflation and the need to address and retention issues are the main reasons why many organisations are preparing to raise employees’ salaries.
If left unchecked, workplace harassment can negatively impact employees’ mental health and hurt the bottom line of organisations.
Josh Bersin explains why organisations need to start re-evaluating pay equity, transparency and pay practices.
Organised by HRM Asia, CHRO Series Malaysia will address how CHROs can navigate their organisations through the challenges in a post-pandemic era.
Health, meaningful employment, a decent income, and an adequate level of wealth are factors to enable individuals to participate and contribute to society.
In a new government initiative to make flexible working the default, employees in the UK will have more control over when, where, and how they work.
Attracting, managing, and retaining talent was a key discussion point at HRM Asia’s CHRO Series Singapore 2022, which took place on December 1.
Driven by raising inflation, the decline in wages marks the first instance of negative growth this century, said the ILO.
A new bill strengthens the anti-discrimination provisions under the Labour Code of the Philippines to safeguard female employees.
Mallory Loone, Co-Founder of Work Inspires, provides tips on how organisations can redesign the right employee experiences for their employees.
Offering flexibility at work is helping drive gender equality in Australia’s workplaces, says the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.
Uber Eats is challenging the decision, maintaining that delivery staff are not part of the labour force but are customers using the platform’s service.
In line with the current challenge of attracting and retaining the best talent, employers should consider strategies that address employees’ current needs.
In the government’s 2022 whitepaper, it was concluded that remote employees had more sleep hours, which reduces depression and anxiety.
This represents on-going efforts to provider better protection for the growing number of platform workers in the country.
Employees in Australia are clocking six weeks of unpaid overtime hours each year and are finding it hard to disconnect from work.
Employees can also expect their salaries to be further raised in 2023, predicted the Malaysian Employers Federation.
Workforce optimisation is a critical lever in driving business continuity and profitability through any type of change, highlights Workday's Pannie Sia.
Companies operating in the Asia-Pacific region recognise that they need to improve their employee benefits strategy to hire and retain top talent.
By developing creative employees, organisations can help boost business productivity in more conventional roles like accounting and data analytics.
A number of unions are gearing up to campaign for both menstrual and menopause leave for female employees.