While some companies want a full return to the office, others are offering hybrid options as part of a flexible workplace culture.
Josh Bersin describes the seven key principals that can help organisations create successful business strategies.
As employers consider wage hikes, they should also develop employees' skills and redeploy them, said Singapore’s Senior Minister of State for Manpower.
These include addressing wage inequality and providing more childcare support, as well as upskilling and reskilling opportunities.
As the country embarks on its economic recovery, the Flexi-Wage programme has helped address skills gaps and meet workforce shortages.
Adapting business models to a digitally transformed society is imperative for organisations, especially in the employment and labour sectors.
While compensation is still important for employees, work flexibility and career development opportunities are increasingly being prioritised.
As HR leaders begin to define their strategies for 2023, those
in the Asia-Pacific region see manager effectiveness as a top priority for 2023.
This comes as the world is facing uncertainties, from geopolitical tensions to inflationary pressures, which affects the employment market.
Efforts continue to be made to improve human resources and develop vocational education to achieve inclusive and equitable development.
The government plans to utilise data and artificial intelligence (AI) to generate personalised career insights for workers.
Indonesia would need 17 million workers who are able to use and manage technology, said State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Minister Erick Thohir.
Job training and reskilling are measures that can be taken to create more employment opportunities in 2023, says business group.
The RiseUp with ServiceNow platform aims to train one million workers, offering over 600 free courses and 18 job-related certification paths.
Besides facing burnout, some 20% of these employees have also expressed stress related to a lack of learning and development opportunities.
As workplace fairness guidelines become law, more HR professionals are needed, says Member of Parliament Patrick Tay.
Under the Fair Pay Bill, workers will gain a right to a minimum level of training and development from their employers.
Besides schemes that help train and retain employees, firms also applied for programmes that have helped them digitalise and adopt technology.
In addition to helping new enterprises grow, e-commerce could raise women’s participation in the workplace, said the World Bank.
The Social Affairs Ministry will be improving training for people with disabilities to widen their access to job opportunities or employment.
Organised by HRM Asia, the CHRO Series Indonesia is kicking off today at the Shangri-La Hotel in Indonesia.
Thai workers must be upskilled as the government reaffirms its commitment to the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) project.
Employees’ skills, financial independence, and financial inclusion have so far been improved through the Pre-Employment Card Programme.
The government plans to enhance its reskilling programmes to better meet the needs of mature and mid-career workers.
A recent webinar organised by HRM Asia, in partnership with Accenture and Oracle, explored talent management strategies for HR leaders.
To achieve its goal of 9 million digital talents by 2030, the nation needs to produce 600,000 digital talents a year.
5G, cloud computing, artificial intelligence and analytics were identified as tech trends that will create high job demand in the near future.
By investing in employee skills development, SkillsFuture Singapore is helping employers to create a productive workforce to grow and succeed.
Provisions to upskill talents in tech in the 2023 budget will help the country’s workforce be ready for jobs of the future.
31% of Generation X workers in Singapore between ages 42 and 57 are worried about losing their jobs if they fail to keep up with digital transformation.