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To keep talented employees in the country, Malaysia must be prepared to pay competitive salaries, suggested a Deputy Minister.
Organisations who may be or considering monitoring remote employees are inciting debate about the ethics and legality of doing so.
The CEO of Gurner Group made controversial claims that for productivity to increase in Australia, half the working population should be made redundant.
The contraction in resident employment represents the first decline since 2020, as the number of organisations looking to hire decreases.
Foreign employee expansion and flexible regulations have reduced job vacancies in South Korea, with younger generations most impacted.
Kuehne+Nagel is taking steps to combat workplace discrimination and promote inclusivity, focusing on mental health and diversity.
Despite challenges such as increased spending in infrastructure and upskilling employees, businesses are expected to increase their headcount this year.
Candidates who demonstrate a growth mindset during the recruitment process are likely to be selected, says Google Asia Pacific’s Sapna Chadna.
Employers need to adapt with the times to engage and retain employees, including deploying AI tools for reskilling of employees for the future.
Organisations need to be more upfront about salaries in job postings to avoid alienating potential new applicants.
While the number of women employed in South Korea was at an all-time high last year, the gender income gap has still not been addressed.
A 11-month work year implemented by an organisation has increased employees’ creativity and productivity, as well as reduced burnout.
Exposure to mental health posts may create negative perceptions of job candidates by recruiters, impacting interview impressions.
Instead of fielding intrusive and unnecessary questions to job applicants, recruiters should focus on experience sharing.
Managers and leaders need to drive the implementation of family-friendly policies that advance the work-life integration agenda.
‘Back to basics’ is the approach that Kris Wadia, CEO of Humanized Leadership, proposes for employee engagement.
Paradox’s Josh Secrest illuminates how conversational AI transforms HR, streamlines talent acquisition, and enhances candidate experiences.
Sapient Insights Group’s Stacey Harris explores HR’s transformation and the importance of HR technology in Asia-Pacific.
Wages rose from January to June earlier this year, but also saw a drop in earnings for the first time in seven years.
Maximising productive and sustainable job opportunities, and raising salaries, form part of a blueprint for inclusive labour development.
The country’s total workforce now numbers 28.68 million, as the unemployment rate fell to 2.7% in July, the lowest recorded since 1999.
To help graduates make better decisions when applying for new jobs, the government is proposing that job adverts openly declare salary ranges.
HR expert Tasha Enright explains how organisations and HR departments can better relate to millennials and Gen Z employees in the workplace.
Organisations should look beyond financial motivation by focusing on employee wellbeing in order to retain employees.
As organisations look to attract and retain top talent, university graduates in Hong Kong saw an increase in their starting salaries in 2022.
Applicants stand a better chance of getting the job if they stay in the mind of recruiters reviewing multiple candidates.
Both unemployment and employment rose in the June quarter as the proportion of people quantified as being available for work increased to 72.4%.
Demonstrating career proactivity and a desire for better opportunities, more employees are less likely to stay with their current employers for long.
Many employees in Singapore are willing to return to their previous employers if the conditions are right, and employers are welcoming them back.