HR dynamics and the distributed workforce dominated at a recent Darwinbox roundtable, sparking discussion around reimagining productivity.
More organisations are introducing diverse work styles, including hybrid and mobile work, to enhance employee satisfaction.
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As more employees assume caregiving responsibilities, they must be supported through flexible work and paid leave, says labour movement.
Perks which were removed earlier to cut costs have been reintroduced to soften the impact of Meta’s return-to-office mandate.
To keep talented employees in the country, Malaysia must be prepared to pay competitive salaries, suggested a Deputy Minister.
Organisations who may be or considering monitoring remote employees are inciting debate about the ethics and legality of doing so.
A new tripartite workgroup has begun deliberations to develop guidelines that will drive flexible work in Singapore workplaces.
The right approach to flexible work can pave the way for a more sustainable, productive, and inclusive society, according to a new study.
Facebook’s parent company Meta has made it compulsory for most of its workforce to return to the office for at least three times a week.
A new API solution from Remote streamlines HR processes for organisations across different regions and supports multiple workforce needs.
A 11-month work year implemented by an organisation has increased employees’ creativity and productivity, as well as reduced burnout.
CEO Andy Jassy has reportedly given an ultimatum to employees to either accept the return to office or leave the company.
Hummingbird Bioscience recognises employees within for their hard work and dedication, making them a great place for workplace culture.
Embracing a transformative shift in employee engagement, organisations are shaping thriving workforces in an adaptable corporate landscape.
Remote work remains popular amongst employees in Japan, but organisations are demanding employees return to work onsite.
Sapient Insights Group’s Stacey Harris explores HR’s transformation and the importance of HR technology in Asia-Pacific.
With immediate effect, employees of Zoom need to be in the office at least two times a week as part of a new hybrid work policy.
Howden’s Primus Lee highlights the importance of empowering and engaging employees with the right benefits in flexible working environments.
Younger employees in particular in Australia are more eager to travel the world while still working for their current employers.
Employees working for larger firms are more likely to be provided with the opportunity to work remotely, compared to those who work in smaller ones.
Despite an increasing number of employees returning to the office, they also recognise the benefits of working from home.
In a “forced” hybrid work era, trust and culture outweigh work locations in driving employee productivity, according to i4cp.
More employees, especially those who are raising children, will look to quit if their organisation do not offer more flexible work options.
Singapore is taking the lead in workforce productivity as new trends reshape office dynamics and employee engagement.
While Hong Kong has reportedly returned to full employment, the city faces the challenge of keeping their best talent from emigrating.
Employers are urged to review workplace policies and consider accommodation and alternative arrangements to ensure compliance.
Graduates starting work for the first time are more receptive towards the idea of flexible work arrangements, as it extends more free time for them.
The argument was made in response to a proposal by former Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett to reduce the salaries of public employees who work from home.
Jimmy Dimon has dismissed the option of remote work for leaders, calling it an obstruction to team building and addressing issues amongst teams.