More South Korean workers in their 20s are staying idle amid poorer employment conditions or are engaged in temporary employment.
To tackle an ageing society, more job offers and placements are available to workers over 60 who want to continue to work.
The Multiplier platform feature simplifies the logistics of IT equipment and helps employers overcome the challenges of hiring internationally.
In the process of a job search, acquaintances are found to be more vital than close friends or family, particularly among employees in high-tech sectors.
While employment is strong, companies are advised to hedge against market uncertainty by reskilling employees and offering flexible work.
The government has reduced the job advertising duration under the Fair Consideration Framework (FCF) from four to two weeks.
More than 170 HR and business leaders discussed topics like modern HR mindsets, flexible work and employee wellbeing at HR Leadership Series: Live.
Due to low unemployment and a stable job market, 2.9 million employees switched jobs in 2021, 630,000 fewer than in 2019.
Six out of 10 big businesses in South Korea either have no hiring plans or have yet to finalise them for the rest of 2022.
The government has been urged to create better paying jobs for employees aged 15 to 30, who earn the lowest wages in the country.
Digitalisation and a talent-ecosystem approach can help streamline efficiency and boost morale in the workplace, says EY.
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has developed a taxonomy that captures the skills needed by workers and those related to their attributes.
A Gartner survey revealed that, over the last 12 months, almost 50% of jobseekers did not apply to roles without wages disclosed.
A HR digital transformation has enabled Air Liquide APAC to successfully navigate the disruptive challenges of hybrid work.
The country targets 30 million MSMEs to join the digital ecosystem by 2024, saying this will help boost employment.
Companies play an important role in the hiring of people with disabilities, while the government will continue to play a key role by offering support.
Artificial intelligence (AI) in recruitment is expected to eliminate bias and be a regular part of the hiring process in the future.
Organised by HRM Asia, the in-person HR Leadership Series: Live will take a deep dive into what will shape work in 2023 and beyond.
Malaysia is facing challenges in creating highly-skilled jobs and competition from countries which offer higher wages to attract skilled talents.
Growing micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) will help create job opportunities in the country, said non-profit organisation Go Negosyo.
The government intends to attract a world-class talent pool, which it believes will also help the retention of local talent.
Around 34% of Indian employees, compared to 19% globally, say they are extremely or very likely to switch to a new employer.
Despite increasing wages, digitalisation is seen as the most popular strategy among Japanese firms to address the labour crunch.
Australia is set to lift its intake of migrants to a record 200,000 arrivals a year as it attempts to combat a drastic shortage of workers.
Executive talents prefer a five-day workweek for office roles, instead of a long five-and-a-half or six-day workweek.
There were also more full-time workers and fewer part-time workers, with the latter stemming from a decrease of women workers in part-time jobs.
The republic is targeting to have 40% of working-age persons with disabilities (PWDs) employed by 2030, up from about 30% between 2020 and 2021.
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They like the flexibility to choose their working hours and enjoy the freedom from corporate culture and relationships.