Singapore saw their average unemployment rate go up in 2019 but there was growth in its employment rate as well, according to the Ministry of Manpower.
With flexible working becoming a trend, it has given rise to the number of people working remotely. What can companies do to help them work better?
A International Labour Organisation (ILO) report find that more than 470 million people around the world are either unemployed or underemployed.
Japanese officials have long been strictly forbidden from taking on second jobs. But not anymore, as the government looks to relieve labour shortages.
The rise of Artificial Intelligence have threatened to displace millions of jobs in China. But the latest government report has played down the fears.
With the rise of the gig economy in the new year, there is an increasing need for employers to know how to manage contract and freelance staff.
HRM Asia presents five of the best serviced apartments, providing a vital home-away-from-home experience for business travelers in Singapore.
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) includes 15 member countries and covers half the world's population.
As the biggest benefactor of the US-China trade war, Vietnam is feeling the squeeze as companies open manufacturing plants in the country.
A flying air taxi is expected to make its debut over Singapore’s skies later this month but could be more useful in Manila, Kuala Lumpur and Yangon.
Sandy Gould, Vice President, Talent Acquisition, Learning, and Diversity & Inclusion at Verizon Media shares the company's innovative new talent strategy.
The two nations will build economic ties on a wide range of areas including infrastructure, human capital development and the digital economy.
Pressure is growing on the Thai government to review out-dated immigration rules to avoid scaring off foreign talent and investment.
Our coverage continues with a look at how the ongoing protests and troubles are affecting companies and workers in the city.
The concept is out-dated for a number of reasons explains respected economist at the Asian Development Bank.
The new "lyf" living space has been created for millennials, by the "millennial-minded". Ascott is now keen to launch the brand across the globe.
The two ASEAN economies both want to woo companies away from China amid its political and economic tensions.
A talent war is underway between the Middle East and Far East for the brightest tech minds in the industry.
The ADB warns of major disruption in the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.
In a highly ambitious and costly exercise, a new location has been picked but it won’t be ready for another decade.
Companies value the experience they bring to the table with Hong Kong the most eager to employ returnees.
Youth unemployment is high in China, India, and South Korea with the supply of graduates outpacing the number of new job vacancies being created.
Shanghai and Beijing are losing their shine as cities of choice for graduates. Those in the know are choosing satellite and second-tier cities.
Serviced apartment operators have never seen so many different market forces weighing down on their traditional business model.
Talents have cited Singapore as the best location for work in Asia. China has come in second, with Taiwanese and Hong Kong talent preferring it.
The world may be more digitally connected, but that hasn't slowed down the need for business travel. Ascott is expanding its brand portfolio in response.
Thanks to a recent law change, some of Japan's biggest employers are now targeting Southeast Asia labour markets for new recruits.
Far East Hospitality – a leading hotels and serviced residences provider – believes that treating employees well is the key to business success.
Technology, flexibility, and humanity will be shaping mobility expectations and programmes in the year ahead, and beyond.
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