The Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECoP) has called for measures to protect employers’ rights to manage their businesses and workers.
Steven Tan, CHRO, City Developments Limited, highlights what it takes for an organisation to be an employer of choice.
Dr Bob Aubrey of the ASEAN Human Development Organisation explains how human development can help organisations build a sustainable workforce.
Dr Joel Davies, Senior People Scientist at Culture Amp, explains how organisations can adopt a people-centric approach to performance management.
Accenture's Gaston Carrion explains why leaders must begin to embrace a modern HR mindset and identifies the five pillars of modern HR.
Omar Hadoui, Managing Director, APAC, BI WORLDWIDE, discusses the modern rules of employee engagement to support talent retention.
Rob Squires, Vice President and Head of Sales for Asia and Japan, Ceridian, highlights how organisations can leverage technology to prioritise succession planning.
A survey among 100 leading corporations found that 81 of them have no issue with staff taking up a second job to boost income.
Courses in finance, data science, analytics, technology and management are the top five programmes with the highest level of enrolment.
A new programme aims to ensure startups have strong financial fundamentals, legal aspects, and intellectual property.
Launched in 2018, the programme is designed to provide skills training and employment opportunities for workers in the country.
A new bill to prepare more Filipinos for jobs through education and training on digital skills has lapsed into law, said Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri.
In a constantly changing world of work, employee experience is key to building an interconnected and future-ready workforce.
To achieve that, the government aims to fix gaps in education and training products and pathways and improve the diversity of the tech workforce.
Jobs and Skills Australia will advise on a range of current and emerging labour market and workforce skills and training issues.
Besides upskilling workers, the government also intends to address the jobs mismatch issue and boost jobs creation in the country.
Upskilling requires effort and very strong commitment from both workers and employers to bridge the skills gap, said the manpower minister.
The skills in demand involve those with capability development and performance management, highlighted a report by SkillsFuture Singapore.
Unions can apply for subsidies to train workers in artificial intelligence (AI) to prepare the workforce for disruptions brought by a changing labour market.
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Driven by a mix of factors, more than half of Singapore employees (51%) are likely to quit their jobs in the next 12 months.
The Structured Career Planning guidebook gives employers a framework to implement a process to engage staff on career and skills development.
Stephen Koss, EY Asia-Pacific Workforce Advisory Leader, provides tips for creating a multi-faceted approach to hiring and talent sourcing.
Businesses are finding a significant mismatch between the skills required in the job and that of candidates, a survey has revealed.
Due to a recovering labour market, the number of mid-career Singaporeans who joined programmes to switch fields plunged in 2021.
Job ads have increased for six straight months as the country continues to face a shortfall of skilled workers.
Dany Holbrook, Senior People Scientist at Culture Amp, explains how organisations can create an effective employee development strategy.
The country must overcome an asymmetry of information to spark the interest of working adults in reskilling and upskilling, said the education minister.
Among other objectives, the new scheme will aim to develop more talents to support the country's digital workforce.
Firms are encouraged to tap into Philippine Skills Framework to help their employees improve their hard and soft skills.