The rise in career mobility is attributed to more employment opportunities and is most prevalent among employees aged 30 and below.
While hiring sentiments remain positive, momentum in the labour market is expected to ease, says the Ministry of Manpower (MOM).
Josh Bersin provides his outlook on the areas in the HR technology market that will have the most growth potential in 2023.
Deel's Karen Ng highlights why employers are going beyond their shores in search of the right talent and the role Deel is playing to support them.
The country is gradually returning to pre-pandemic levels with an addition of 816,000 jobs in 2022, the highest increase recorded in 20 years.
There will be more opportunities to hire new graduates next spring as Japan gradually recovers from the pandemic.
The Singapore Global Executive Programme (SGEP) is designed to nurture a new generation of local organisations and talent.
Employers who provide the right value proposition to Gen Z employees are more likely to be able to retain them in their first job for more than two years.
While employment continued to grow in Q3’2022, the Ministry of Manpower expects this momentum to be stunted in the months ahead.
Job applicants are more likely to receive a call back from an employer if their job histories specify years worked instead of employment dates.
Compared to large organisations, about four in 10 employees working for organisations with less than 300 staff are non-regular workers.
Since August 2022, the Workday HCM has been deployed across 14 markets, with plans to introduce it in five ASEAN markets in 2023.
The average starting salary of a university graduate is now almost twice that of an ITE graduate, and this gap persists over their lifetimes.
With people key for organisational success, attracting and retaining the best talent is on the agenda of every HR and business leader heading into 2023.
Attracting, managing, and retaining talent was a key discussion point at HRM Asia’s CHRO Series Singapore 2022, which took place on December 1.
Multiplier helped Aspire to find critical tech talent beyond borders, helping it achieve growth milestones whilst making savings of more than S$1M per year.
While real median income increased from 2021, growth was tempered by the continuing impact of high inflation.
The Employers’ Confederation of the Philippines has called on the government to provide more inclusive measures to manage economic problems.
Taking place on December 1, the CHRO Series Singapore will discuss topics such as building a talent management strategy that embraces innovation.
While Asia-Pacific labour markets recorded a partial rebound from the pandemic, 2023 is expected to present challenges hindering a full recovery.
Ways to foster attractive workplaces include leveraging flexible work options to provide employees with more autonomy.
Hong Kong has approved HK$12.1 billion (US$1.5 billion) in wage subsidies for eligible employers and employees.
Fears of a potential recession may temporarily curb hiring in the short term, but long-term effects are likely to skew market power toward jobseekers.
The unemployment rate in the country dropped to 3.7% compared with 4.7% in the same quarter last year.
Efforts are ongoing to create employment opportunities for South Korea’s elderly population, which is expected to reach 10 million by 2025.
Employment opportunities related to environmental responsibility activities are expected to increase, predicted Indonesia’s central bank.
The ageing population, coupled with the recovery of the economy, has caused more than half of 11,000 firms in Japan to experience a labour crunch.
The Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) is looking to end the negative image of mid-career hires by rephrasing commonly used employment terms.
A corporate tax reduction will improve cash flow that can then be directed to employment and investments, say the lobby groups.
Employers can offer the flexibility to work part-time hours as a means to increase female workforce participation.