Due to low unemployment and a stable job market, 2.9 million employees switched jobs in 2021, 630,000 fewer than in 2019.
Hybrid working continues to be the most preferred workspace strategy in India, with 63% of the firms currently adopting this practice.
An ADP report found over 51% of workers aged between 18–24, and 43% between the ages of 24–34, have planned or considered relocation for their jobs.
As the youngest generation to enter the workforce, Gen Z employees are looking beyond monetary fulfilment at work.
Employers believe that face-to-face interactions are key to forging bonds between colleagues in the workplace.
Amazon’s three-pronged work-from-home strategy places emphasis on how employees work rather than where they are working from.
Employers have called on the government to reform outdated regulations and rethink existing investment incentives towards investment-led economic growth.
Most part-time workers are satisfied with their jobs, with flexible working hours cited as the main reason for wanting a part-time job.
A petition has been launched to advocate for flexible working arrangements to accommodate the varied needs of Apple employees.
Beginning September 5, a mandatory three-day work policy will see employees return on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and a regular third day.
Nearly 53% of employers prefer hybrid work arrangements for their employees, though the degree of adoption varies from company to company.
Such workspaces will support innovation and consider the new needs of businesses and workers in the future economy.
A report from Gartner highlights four compensation strategies organisations can deploy in a competitive talent market.
Some 1.3 million people changed jobs during the second year of the pandemic, an increase of 300,000 year-on-year.
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.
From May 11-13, HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 will be presented virtually, offering a lineup of global and regional HR leaders.
Tan Kwang Cheak, CEO of the Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) in Singapore, discusses the organisation’s Work Away from Office (WAO) strategy.
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.
A tripartite model is helping employers and workers adapt to changes, including flexible work, said the Manpower Minister.
Even as the country eases workplace restrictions, employers are encouraged to permanently offer flexible work arrangements.
This has allowed a particular startup to hire from a large pool of talent, with 95% of staff working from other locations.
Under a new set of government guidelines, by 2024, employers must consider staff requests for flexible work arrangements fairly and properly.
The Employment (Amendment) Bill 2021 enhances protection against discrimination, safeguards well-being, and offers flexible work options for workers.
Organisations are increasingly seeking flexible ways of working that prioritise the well-being of employees.
Besides offering attractive salaries and wages, how else can organisations retain employees when there is a shortage of talent?
Achievers' Matt Seadon shares the biggest questions that HR leaders will have to tackle in 2022 as they shape and redefine the post-pandemic workplace
Hybrid working would likely become a permanent feature of the public sector workforce, according to the Office of the Clerk of Parliament.
Amid a spike in Omicron transmission, the WFH policy needs to be implemented with more flexibility, says the Labour Institute Indonesia.
With 2022 likely to be the year of hybrid work, organisations need to develop and introduce effective hybrid work strategies and policies.
Under more relaxed measures, only workers from some industries are allowed to return straight to work after recording a negative rapid antigen test.