While the number of layoffs decreased after three consecutive quarters of increase, fewer companies are looking to hire over the next three months.
Affected employees need help in transitioning to new job opportunities and adapting to a new industry landscape, says an Australian non-profit.
A skills-based approach can provide a more holistic approach to talent acquisition as work continues to evolve, says AMS's Roop Kaistha.
While job employment in Australia continues to defy expectation, the Reserve Bank of Australia is expecting moderate growth for the rest of 2023.
While employers are more inclined to hire graduates from prominent business schools, job seekers are expected to develop more skills for the future.
More employees, especially those who are raising children, will look to quit if their organisation do not offer more flexible work options.
While Hong Kong has reportedly returned to full employment, the city faces the challenge of keeping their best talent from emigrating.
Organisations hiring new Gen Z employees may need to understand the profile and priorities of this age group to attract and retain the top talent.
These graduates have higher chances of securing medium-skill work, improving employment prospects and skills development opportunities.
Speaking to HRM Asia, C&W Services Singapore’s Managing Director, Natalie Craig, highlights what organisations can do for an inclusive work culture.
Graduates starting work for the first time are more receptive towards the idea of flexible work arrangements, as it extends more free time for them.
A new set of recommendations aims to better resolve disagreements between gig employees and platform operators in 2024.
Barbara Matthews, Chief People Officer, Remote, highlights why hiring globally can help companies build a thriving and engaged workforce.
Job applicants might be missing out on this deceptively simple factor during job interviews with recruiters: relatability.
A study reveals men's sexual assertiveness was positively perceived, while women face negative perceptions for similar behaviour.
Australia’s disabled community and their needs will be put forth in a new employment service framework that seeks to help them get hired.
Companies have been urged to voluntarily send information regarding unfilled job positions to a new initiative set up by the government.
Arthur Carmazzi, a keynote speaker at HR Tech Fest Connect 2023, highlights the possibilities that AI and the metaverse can offer in the world of work.
A new platform is being developed to help the transgender community reskill for better employment opportunities.
Kris Wadia, CEO of Humanized Leadership, will be at HR Tech Fest Connect 2023 to discuss key people strategies organisations can deploy for hybrid work.
Several firms in Japan have raised concerns about graduates using generative AI tools in job applications, with some calling for a ban.
Acquiring feedback in the job search process is critical for job applicants to gain clarity amid vague rejections and better prepare for the next interview.
For organisations to be successful, engaging with employees and understanding what they really want must be a priority.
Besides looking to leave their employer, actively disengaged employees can also sabotage efforts to attract new talent.
Paul Thomas, Chief People and Culture Officer, Asia, SEEK, highlights why retaining the best talent starts during the recruitment process.
While measures have been introduced to ensure a level playing field during recruitment, employees still face gendered microaggressions and stereotypes.
Retrenchments also increased for a third consecutive quarter, although employees are taking less time to find re-employment.
While the employment rate continues to hit record high, new job additions in the country slowed down for a second consecutive month.
The push to remove degree requirements for most job positions is part of Kellogg’s strategy to attract more job candidates from a wider talent pool.
The task of selecting a consultant for the board’s compensation committee and evaluating their performance often falls to the CHRO.