With digitalisation key to economic recovery, the region will need to upskill its workforce quickly to tackle barriers to digital adoption, said the WEF.
The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) is planning to issue electronic employment records for workers aged 15 and above.
It is essential to attract the right foreign workforce who will bring in the skills to complement the local workforce, said the Manpower Minister.
A new report found that challenges New Zealand firms face include plugging the skills gap, retaining staff, attracting, and hiring talent.
The former Manpower Minister of Singapore will lead NTUC LHUB’s ongoing initiatives in upskilling and uplifting the Singapore workforce.
Users would be able to access curated learning paths such as role- and competency-based paths designed to move them toward aspirational jobs.
The government plans to offer workers relearning opportunities and new jobs, based on measures worth ¥400 billion over three years.
Companies are also encouraged to ensure that workforce education matches the acceleration of digital technology.
A tight labour market is prompting the upskill and reskill of employees to meet manpower needs, and is providing more opportunities for jobseekers.
The upcoming Labour Party summit will discuss these topics, potentially paving the way for reforms such as wage theft legislation.
Josh Bersin provides insights into how organisations can review their hiring practices and make better hires to improve their workforce.
ILO will oversee the creation of training materials and provide capacity building for the national trainers endorsed by DOLE.
Together, Cornerstone and EdCast will help organisations around the world improve productivity across their businesses.
SumTotal becomes the first Learning Management Experience Platform (LMXP) to have the ability to sell Udemy Business content.
New Zealand will invest in digital technologies to increase skills development and encourage local companies to market their talents globally.
HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 is presenting Asia’s largest virtual HR technology marketplace, featuring some of the biggest tech brands.
The ASEAN Future of Work conference headlines Day 3 of HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 as attention turns to shaping the future of work in ASEAN.
Moving to the virtual platform, HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 highlights why an organisation’s people are key to long-term success.
From May 11-13, HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 will be presented virtually, offering a lineup of global and regional HR leaders.
The in-person HR Tech Festival Live saw Asia's HR community come together to discuss the role of HR in today’s world of work.
Kicking off HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 is HR Tech Festival Live, the first in-person HR event to be held in Singapore.
Rosie Cairnes, VP, Skillsoft Asia-Pacific, examines how the top 4 workplace trends of 2021 have impacted 2022.
Cornerstone explains why reskilling and upskilling should be central to HR strategies regarding employee retention, satisfaction, and wellbeing.
HR Tech Festival Asia 2022, which is taking place from May 10-13, will feature the biggest and most innovative HR tech brands in the market today.
ADP's John Antos identifies the three big stories in an evolving workplace that will impact employees for the rest of their working careers.
Rachele Focardi shares 10 facts about the multi-generational workforce in the post-pandemic workplace.
To stay competitive, the country’s employer’s bodies have been urged to effectively communicate their skills training needs to training institutions.
Josh Bersin, Global Industry Analyst and CEO of The Josh Bersin Company, details the top five talent acquisition trends facing organisations today.
In a recent episode of HRM TV, Nela Richardson, ADP’s Chief Economist, shared key workforce trends from countries in the APAC region.
The ASEAN SME Academy 2.0 platform provides training and mentorship to MSMEs by featuring localised courses on topics of interest.