These traditional practices include lifetime employment and mass hiring of graduates, and are now thought to be oudated.
Expanding a business comes with its own growing pains, writes Rick Hammell, CEO of Elements Global Services.
In a struggling job market, the unemployment levels have deteriorated to their worst since the Asian financial crisis of 1997.
According to the latest Monster Employment Index, HR and admin talent is in-demand in the Philippines, but suffering decline in Malaysia and Singapore.
The new agreement will help to revitalise Japan's workforce, which is starting to struggle as the population ages out.
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Marriott International's Chief HR Officer in Asia-Pacific shares how it is attracting and retaining talent during a time of intense growth.
The European nation has been struggling to replenish its skilled workforce, and is hoping the new law will help attract high-calibre talent.
New research shows young people in Taiwan are increasingly interested in pursuing careers in other parts of Asia.
The proposed bill looks to prohibit abuses of contractualisation and labour-only contracting in the Philippines.
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According to recruitment experts, companies now look for candidates who have a good grasp of all the business functions.
With funding and expertise from the likes of Google, the new app Kormo is helping Bangladeshis with job opportunities, work skills, and career advice
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Japan is pushing through changes to ensure a far greater number of foreign talents are able to help reduce its domestic manpower shortages.
Armstrong Craven CEO Tom Mason says the Watch List is in line with his company's promise to clients: to always attract the best ‘senior and scarce talent’.
Yorelle Kalika of Active Global Caregivers explains how it navigated the chronic shortage of talent within the eldercare sector.
Taiwan is eyeing Southeast Asia to replenish talent and expertise lost to Beijing - and to cope with the problems of an ageing population.
Singapore ranked 13 out of 195 in the first-ever scientific study ranking countries for their levels of human capital.
The monthly average number of South Koreans that have given up on finding a job hits its highest level since 2014.
Employer branding agency Universum has released its 2018 rankings for the world’s most attractive graduate destinations.
Malaysian firms are on the look out for many more hospitality professionals, according to the latest research from Monster.
Artificial intelligence is likely to replace about 70% of occupations in China, according to the China Development Research Foundation.
In an increasingly digital world, background screening of candidates becomes a vital consideration.
Tsinghua University is leading the Asian continent in the latest QS graduate employability research, with four other Chinese institutions in the top 100.
Some 800 employees will lose their jobs if GSK Bangladesh proceeds with a proposed closure of its pharmaceuticals business.
Experts at the World Economic Forum have warned that huge employment problems will hit the region if skills do not keep up with technology advances.
Sales representatives are reportedly the hardest professionals to find in Hong Kong, followed by IT specialists and engineers.
Omron's regional head of robotics, Swaminathan Ramamurthy, discusses the potential and current reality of robots in the manufacturing workforce.
A new agreement between Myanmar and Thailand will provide a legal pathway for trained fisheries workers to gain employment in Thailand.