Raghav Gupta, Managing Director, India & APAC, Coursera, highlights new developments that will shape learning in the post-COVID era.
US-based Futurist and Technology Commentator John Sumser poses the key questions organisations should ask as they rebuild from the pandemic.
Despite the easing of social restrictions in Singapore, companies should continue to ensure their employees work from home, whenever possible.
Government workers who work from home due to the pandemic can claim for internet expenses of P75-300 (US$1.5-6.1) per month.
This month’s People at Work 2021 focus is on Gen Z employees starting careers during one of the most disruptive events to hit in the modern workplace.
With forward-looking initiatives that are focused on flexibility and adaptability, the life insurer is forging the way in building a future-ready workforce.
The government’s guidelines stipulate that only 60% of employees in selected sectors can report to the office.
Earlier in June, India issued an advisory to encourage WFH for all nursing mothers for at least a year, in jobs where remote work is possible.
Josh Bersin highlights the key considerations that will help create an effective, safe and productive approach to hybrid work.
The government is supporting the proposal to let employees choose a four-day work week in its annual economic policy guideline.
Workers cannot be cross-deployed to multiple worksites, and employers need to implement flexible working hours and staggered start times.
Online work can provide women with more employment opportunities, though it comes with its own limitations and challenges, says DOLE official.
Businesses are advised to stagger the start times of employees and implement flexible working hours, and refrain from cross-deploying workers.
Staff are encouraged to report incidents where their workplace exceeds the 60% capacity, or they are asked to work despite the need for quarantine.
Skillsoft's Rosie Cairnes examines the role of leadership in the workforce in a post-pandemic era.
The Department of Labour and Employment (DOLE) is urging the government to include employees who work from home in its A4 vaccination priority list.
SumTotal's Rhys Hughes highlights five key digital trends impacting businesses.
The Department of Labour could be given more authority to penalise companies who fail to comply to WFH orders.
Enhanced wage support for select businesses affected by the city-state’s tighter measures has also been announced.
Day 2 of HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 examined key workforce issues such as skills building, remote work management, leadership and employee wellbeing.
HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 continues with an in-depth look the key priorities and issues facing HR leaders in 2021.
Day 1 of HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 featured insightful discussions on topics such as employee engagement and strategic workforce planning.
Join Asia's largest HR network to connect, network, discover and share ideas on issues such as HR tech, workforce management and the future of work.
As organisations look to navigate past the pandemic and into an era of a redesigned workforce, what are the key priorities facing HR leaders?
The Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) has asked business owners to provide the number of staff on-site in their workplaces.
Employees in the Philippines who are disabled or pass away due to injury-related incidents when working from home will now be compensated.
Diana Spalding, Head of Apps, Oracle Singapore, explains why organisations need to look beyond old ways of working and create a workplace technocracy.
The move to remote work comes as an increasingly number of COVID-19 infections are reported in Taiwan.
What is the next big shift in HR Tech, that will allow organisations to successfully build future-capable workforces?
An upcoming webinar from SAP SuccessFactors will provide insights into how HR leaders can successfully pivot to build a future-capable workforce.