A HR digital transformation has enabled Air Liquide APAC to successfully navigate the disruptive challenges of hybrid work.
A petition has been launched to advocate for flexible working arrangements to accommodate the varied needs of Apple employees.
Around 34% of Indian employees, compared to 19% globally, say they are extremely or very likely to switch to a new employer.
Employees are also looking for jobs that align with their aspirations and lifestyle to create a more meaningful work purpose.
Over half of HR professionals surveyed expected that remote working arrangements would remain unchanged over the next two years.
Beginning September 5, a mandatory three-day work policy will see employees return on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and a regular third day.
The Zhongshan city government in Guangdong province has introduced a series of incentives to support “working moms” reentering the workforce.
Tim Sackett, President, HRU Technical Resources, shares how organisations can build a cohesive digital culture in a multi-channel work environment.
This is to sort out differences in opinions of remote work between developers and IT companies in special economic zones (SEZs).
Nearly 53% of employers prefer hybrid work arrangements for their employees, though the degree of adoption varies from company to company.
Three in four employees in the IT sector refuse to be in the office for even one day a week, citing reasons such as long commutes.
Amid a COVID-19 spike, public agencies are responsible for setting their own working arrangements and updating them.
Executives closer to retirement age prefer to manage workers when they can see them in person, which differs from managers in their 30s and 40s.
Companies have been urged to allow their employees to work from home and implement mask wearing in the office to combat a new Omicron wave.
Organised by HRM Asia, the in-person HR Leadership Series: Live will examine the role HR leaders can play in shaping work in 2023.
Workers who are covered include contractual workers, those who are travelling, temporarily incapacitated, and those who are working offsite.
Hybrid working arrangements are becoming the norm in the public sector, which is taking the lead in the country’s endeavour to retain flexible work.
While it may not work for everyone, organisations should not be so quick to dismiss remote work and the potential benefits it can bring.
With flexible work gaining momentum, about 73% of companies in India are evaluating the feasibility of hybrid working arrangements.
Health authorities have been calling for a return to widespread remote work because of a worsening winter COVID-19 wave.
Dany Holbrook, Senior People Scientist at Culture Amp, explains how organisations can create an effective employee development strategy.
A recent survey has shown that more than 70% of Japanese companies are currently not implementing working from home for their employees.
Malaysia recently announced that workers could apply for flexible working arrangements with their companies from September 1.
Yvonne Teo, Vice-President, HR, Asia-Pacific, ADP, discusses how HR can lead a new generation of Gen Z employees in the workplace.
Sagar Khatri, Co-Founder and CEO of Multiplier, highlights how the company is supporting the employment of work teams internationally.
New labour codes will potentially transform work culture, affecting working hours, salaries, leave and flexible work arrangements.
While renumeration is still important to retain talent, employees are increasingly looking at other factors, including transparency and flexible work.
With most companies adopting hybrid work, employers fear that ordering employees back to the office may trigger a wave of resignations.
Companies want to decide on the kind of flexible working arrangements that meet their needs and not be dictated to about such arrangements.
From September 1, employees can submit written applications that can cover changes in working hours, working days and also the place of work.