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Five million Myanmar nationals heading overseas as migrant labourers as job prospects in the country are limited and salaries remain low.
More than a million jobs across 10 industries in Malaysia are forecast to be filled by the end of 2019 through the recently launched app, eRezeki.
Indian organisations across the board are investing heavily in artificial intelligence, causing salaries for AI professionals to skyrocket.
A British employee is suing United Overseas Bank's London, saying that he was overlooked for a new role due not being Asian.
We recently spoke with Foo Wah Teng, the HR Director for Amgen Singapore Manufacturing, about the company's people challenges and initiatives.
Two economic zones set up by Chinese enterprises in Zambia have paved the way for the creation of over 8,000 jobs in the African nation.
South Korean graduates are now finding it much harder to land permanent jobs, according to a survey of university students graduating later this year.
With more firms expected to relocate from China to Vietnam this year, there will likely be strong demand for labour in the latter.
The Indonesia Development Forum 2019 will take place in July this year, signalling the government's intent to spur jobs creation.
PRK is planning to shed more than half of its workforce of 220 employees, although it will first seek out voluntary resignations.
Thailand's labour force is facing a crisis due to the country's low birth rate and rapidly ageing population.
Employees often choose to leave after receiving bonus pay outs. But is this a reflective of problem with the employees - or with the organisation?
The centre will house Grab’s core business strategy and operational functions, including legal, customer experience, financial services and creative services.
A UK company has drawn flak online for its 'brutal' job interview process, which many employees feel is the most challenging aspect of working there.
Foreign workers in Japan have grown more than three times over the past 10 years, according to data released by the government.
Educated youth in Pakistan who remain unemployed are expected to find job opportunities under a new national job programme.
The slump is in large part due to the Nepalese government’s ban on workers heading to Malaysia - imposed due to exploitative brokers.
Ethiopia has passed a law giving almost one million refugees the right to work outside of camp, as part of a programme creating 100,000 jobs.
A UNICEF poll of 10,000 young people from more than 160 countries has a stark message: “We need more jobs and better education.”
In a bid for profitability, electric car maker Tesla will be cutting seven percent of its workforce, per an announcement by CEO Elon Musk.
Huawei, together with 16 partner companies, offered more than 100 job vacancies - all of which were filled by the end of the event.
The country needs to create 15 million new jobs in 2019 to support the record number of at 8.34 million college graduates that will enter the job market.
To boost e-commerce capabilities, Thailand is establishing up the first e-commerce park dedicated to digital training.
Labour force growth and employment growth has been outpacing unemployment growth since March 2017, according to a new report.
The unemployment rate in South Korea exceeded that of the US for the first time in 17 years, in 2018’s third quarter.
The most popular reasons for desiring change were low pay, poor working conditions, and poor company prospects.
The majority of Japanese firms operating in Asia consider rising labour costs and the shortage of skilled labour as their top concerns.
It plans to expand beyond its e-commerce and cloud business into areas such as payments, content, voice-assistance, and food retail.
Sri Lanka’s unemployment rate declined slightly in the third quarter of 2018 year on year, according to a government report.