TalentCorp reinforces its commitment to combat graduate unemployment with comprehensive internship frameworks.
The country sees an increase in paid employees this year, but also sees a decline in hiring younger employees in their 20s or younger.
The median salaries earned between genders who are postgraduate degree holders are experiencing a narrowing gap throughout the years.
Gen Z women are a great asset to any team, and employers and managers need to know how to reach out and manage employees in this demographic.
The increase in female employment in South Korea has been attributed to more women returning to the workplace after the pandemic.
Generative AI transformed HR in 2023, reshaping HR strategies and practices, and setting the stage for a dynamic 2024.
Manish Arneja, Managing Partner, SEA, The Resilience Institute, discusses how employers can create and build resilience in young executives.
CHRO Malaysia will provide HR leaders with an opportunity to learn and develop effective people and organisational strategies for 2024.
With hiring optimism prevailing, positive salary growth is on the horizon for employees in South-East Asia in 2024.
UOB’s Dean Tong shares how the bank’s employee benefits programme is fostering workplace excellence and attracting diverse talent in finance.
Amidst a talent crunch, employees in Singapore are seeking to join global MNCs, drawn by career advancement and diverse work environments.
Jacklyn Tan, Regional Director of Employee Benefits, Asia, Howden, shares how a well-strategised benefits package can boost employment rate and retention.
The Philippines is seeing a rise in people with full, permanent employment, despite a rise in unemployment.
The University of Tokyo warns against coercive job practices limiting students’ freedom and career choices.
Some of Asia’s best HR and HR tech solution providers were recognised at this year’s HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards.
With many organisations expecting a lack of skilled candidates in 2024, many are preparing more attractive pay packages for aspiring applicants.
With more organisations looking to hire in 2024, employers across many sectors in India can expect to see wage increments in the new year.
As 2024 looms, the talent recruitment landscape remains uncertain as AI solutions gain prominence, according to Gartner.
A working plan aims to reduce barriers for women in the workplace by providing opportunities to assume leadership positions and improve earning power.
More C-Suite leaders are reporting a rise in hiring remote employees due to a lack of resources, resulting in a more varied, capable workforce.
With the rise of employee burnout threatening to push out more IT knowledge employees, leaders must lead by example to manage the crisis.
Employees should not be on the interview panel choosing potential new managers and leaders due to inherent bias, says a Senior Leader at Amazon.
Efforts to boost the labour market in Malaysia will see a six-pronged solution to help increase employment for women, amongst other initiatives.
South Korea saw its employment rise for the second consecutive month this year, with a 1.1% increase in employment from the year before.
Having a degree or diploma is no longer the defining factor for a job seeker to gain employment, says Malaysia’s Economy Minister.
The progressive wage model will help drive employment and ensure renumeration improves for skilled employees, says Malaysia’s HR Minister.
The rising sector is creating multiple job opportunities for tech employees and raising median wages in contrast to employees in other sectors.
New programmes and initiatives such as the Enabling Employment Credit have been essential in helping more disabled people get employed.
Citing reasons such as better employee match and understanding of organisational style, more firms in Japan are welcoming back ex-employees.
Asia’s largest HR and work tech conference examined post-pandemic workforce challenges and offered key insights for HR leaders to grow their organisation.