JP Morgan is a leading example and award winner for helping redress the gender imbalance in the tech sector.
With the rise of the gig economy in the new year, there is an increasing need for employers to know how to manage contract and freelance staff.
Malaysian Department of Labor announced that over 140,000 jobs have been matched on its jobs portal JobsMalaysia from January to November this year.
What are the jobs in Singapore that will be the most sought-after in the year of 2020? Hint: If you're in the field of technology, good news for you!
Finding the right person for the job can be a frustrating, time consuming and costly process. Here are some tips for you to land the perfect candidate.
Hiring in the troubled city will be subdued but some sectors will recover faster than others. Find out which ones they are.
LinkedIn’s 2020 Emerging Jobs Report highlights 15 of the fastest-growing roles for next year – one is a full stack engineer.
Malaysia workers can expect less jobs in the new year as companies look to cut down on operation costs with more vacancies going to low-level jobs.
Bankers at Japan’s second largest bank are now allowed to wear jeans, shorts and sneakers to compete with cool fintechs.
Circles.Life co-founder is creating a strong culture of learning which could help the challenger telco become the region’s next unicorn.
Neal Cross was a key figure in helping to turn Singapore’s DBS Bank into a global innovation powerhouse.
BIPO Service has won the Gold Award for Best HR Tech - Outsourcing Solution at the 2019 Readers Choice Awards.
Revolut is very selective when it comes to hiring talent to drive the fintech’s expansion into Asia, which makes its employees very proud.
TalentMind is named the Best HR Tech – Recruitment and Applicant Tracking System in the 2019 HRM Asia Readers Choice Awards.
Sterling RISQ won the Gold Award for Best Background Screening Provider at the 2019 Readers Choice Awards last month.
Technology and digitalisation will shape hiring and requirement trends across the Philippines next year, according to a new salary survey.
Headcount is growing steadily at Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook giving employees a louder voice to protest.
Bangkok-based Infofed will use a new injection of funds to expand its presence in Southeast Asia and spark job creation.
Reaching out to mutual connections to get their second opinion on a potential hire is on the rise thanks to technology.
HR professionals are coming together from the maritime industry to help it deal with digitalisation, decarbonisation and disruption.
The founder and managing director of EtonHouse International explains the similarities between nurturing staff and students.
As HR becomes more technology-focused, holograms could make the leap from Hollywood movies to a real-life recruitment tool.
Once a dream job, the role of captain or first officer of the skies is now far more automated and routine, says AirAsia HR chief.
Candidates in seven contract roles are the most sought after within the financial services sector, and surprisingly they aren’t all in technology.
While most employees won’t see a pay rise next year, specialist technology positions will get salary uplifts according to recruitment firm.
The Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Ministry has an ambitious plan to catalog the skills of more than 20 million trained adults.
The demand for specialised technology and financial skills in Singapore will intensify when five new digital banking licences are handed out.
As the region rapidly expands its assets under management, hedge funds are having to offer better incentives to secure suitable staff.
Serving on the board of a public or private company is a fast-track route to becoming the chief executive, as more women rise up the ranks.
To appeal to the younger generation, some employers are turning to Twitter to make it easier for candidates to apply for roles.