A new KPMG survey indicates that 69% of workers in Malaysia want to continue working from home post MCO.
Even as businesses and workplaces reopen, 59% of employees in Singapore said they are not comfortable with returning to their offices.
The majority of employees from India’s top three IT companies are continuing to work from home as India’s Unlock 1 phase kicks into effect.
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Zoom CEO Eric Yuan said he will not have a single office if he starts his company today as he can hire talent from all over the world.
In the second part of a 2-part article, Steve Boese, president and co-founder of H3 HR Advisors, continues to pose the questions to ask of your HR function in order to seek more agile work approaches.
In the first of a 2-part article, Steve Boese, president and co-founder of H3 HR Advisors, suggests four questions to ask of your HR function in order to seek more agile approaches to your work.
Under the recovery phase, the majority of business activities and economic sectors will reopen in phases, with SOPs to be adhered to.
Even as many employees in Singapore continue to work from home, they should be compensated for any work injuries at home.
14 employers in Singapore were also handed composition fines for not implementing adequate safe management measures.
As of May 17, more than 65% of Malaysia’s workforce have returned to work, according to Malaysia’s finance minister.
A new research by ADP reveals that workplace trends that were five years in the making, have arrived ahead of time.
Audrey Cheong, Managing Director, FedEx Singapore, shares the leadership lessons she has learned in logistics and the crucial role they have played during COVID-19
The latest survey also showed that employees are pleased with the way their leaders have stepped up to support them during the pandemic.
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The latest survey from Leapgen, a global consultancy firm, examines how organisations need to create workforce experiences that works for today’s new model of work.
63% of HR managers in India said their organisations will continue to work virtually even when COVID-19 lockdown is lifted in the country.
Employees in Singapore should go to the office only when there is no alternative and checks will be conducted to make sure companies comply.
The majority of Citi Singapore employees will continue to work from home until July, even as Singapore eases ‘circuit breaker’ measures on June 2.
More employees in Singapore also find themselves working more after work hours and on weekends, according to the latest survey.
From July 6, Google buildings in more cities will reopen with 10% capacity, which will be increased to 30% by September.
A new workforce survey found that employees are happier now than before COVID-19 struck.
The expansion follows considerable demand in Asia for workforce management (WFM) and HR services and software, said Smart WFM.
Organisations need to put a strong focus on security for remote working, said a new report from Verizon Business.
With remote working becoming a norm following the COVID-19 pandemic, you might need to make some changes to your management style.
HR policies and practices are constantly being reviewed and reshaped, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change the way we work.
The social media and tech giant expects half of its workforce to work remotely over the next five to 10 years.
Speaking at the HR Tech Fest Connect 2020, Lorna Borenstein, CEO and Founder of Grokker, says employers must rethink how they engage their people.
To survive and thrive in the new world of work, organisations will need more agile processes, workflows and people.
The AI-driven software enables organisations to deconstruct jobs, evaluate work alternatives and reconfigure tasks into new, more optimal jobs.