Speakers at the Reimagine Theatre during HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 will highlight the challenges and opportunities posed by the evolving world of work.
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.
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.
Besides monetary rewards, organisations are also offering more work flexibility in a bid to attract and retain the best talent.
Managers contacting remote employees outside designated working hours is causing stress and burning out employees.
Despite a tight labour market, organisations in Indonesia are focused on improving the employee experience and redesigning talent processes in 2023.
Younger public employees prefer to eat alone and are less receptive to communal lunch gatherings, while senior public employees seek solitude.
Hybrid employees have more time to engage in activities that improve their health and wellbeing, in turn making themselves more productive at work.
Hiring persons with disabilities can positively impact workplace culture and bring financial benefits to organisations, says a government body in Australia.
Anjali Byce, Chief Human Resource Officer at STL, highlights some key measures HR leaders can take to attract and retain the best talent.
Organisations are providing learning opportunities and offering flexible work arrangements to keep their best employees.
With the right support, remote and in-office employees can perform tasks of similar quality and quantity, according to the University of Missouri.
Aspirations for flexible work arrangements and a better quality of life are motivators for New Zealanders to choose to work from home.
Jane Lee, Head of Asia-Pacific Sales at Remote, highlights the importance of building a global talent marketplace to attract and retain the best talent.
The option of hybrid work has given women the flexibility to make key decisions to advance their careers, while achieving better work-life balance.
Chris Withers, Founder and CEO of klikit, shares how Deel’s platform helped the F&B software start-up hire globally while expanding across Asia-Pacific.
Organisations that fail to listen to and address the concerns and challenges faced by employees are at risk of losing their best talent.
A group of employees have rallied behind the call to return to office, after a bigger group had rejected Amazon’s attempts to wind down remote work.
One of the best ways to retain talent is to align DE&I with employee experience, says Sony Music Entertainment's Wendy Weehuizen.
2023 is likely to remain a jobseekers’ market in South-East Asia and Hong Kong, with employees confident of finding alternative employment.
Rachele Focardi, Founder of XYZ@Work, shares how organisations can build the workforce of the future through Next Generation Mobility.
Despite being as qualified as their male counterparts, some female employees in Australia continue to be denied equal opportunities by their employers.
Global hiring grew across many regions in the world, with the majority of job roles designed to be performed remotely, according to a new Deel report.
By May 1, employees will be required to be in office at least three times a week, except those in customer support and sales roles.
Walmart’s technology employees face relocation and more frequent in-person work as the retail giant closes offices in three cities.
Flexibility working is crucial for retaining employees, but they need more control over their working arrangements to make the most of hybrid work.
Despite employees' desire for flexibility, Ajay Banga, former Mastercard CEO, says in-person work remains crucial to building personal connections.
The announcement comes as the tech company prepares to lay off 10% of its workforce through the end of the fiscal year.