Those in the management and supervisory posts in conditional movement control order (MCO) areas have been told to continue working from home.
After allowing half of its staff to work from home last week, the Delhi government is now asking them not to leave the city without permission.
Companies now have the option to hire contract staff from Tier 2 and 3 cities as working from home becomes more prevalent and accepted.
Chief executive Carrie Lam has announced sweeping measures to stop the spread of COVID-19, ordering all government employees to work from home (WFH).
From next week, except for senior officials, half of the capital city’s government staff will start to work from home (WFH).
As more staff look for work online, companies are also starting to hire more freelancers to cut costs, in response to the pandemic.
COVID-19 has caused hiring in the country to decline by more than 50%, with more applicants vying for the same job.
Emma O’Dell, Director of Client Capability, BPP, explains how BPP’s organisational capability approach is helping their clients identify skills gaps and develop their people.
Workforces need to focus on upskilling business skills such as communication and leadership, says Skillsoft.
Malaysia’s Movement Control Order (MCO or PKP) has given rise to an alternative for the WFH acronym – work from hotel.
The new guidelines cut compliance for the IT industry, removing reporting obligations for firms, and easing the way for WFH to take place.
Unions in Australia unions are evaluating if more protection would be needed so that workers do not face discrimination or loss of pay and benefits.
Speaking with HRM Asia, Mastercard’s Amanda Gervay highlights how the company builds long-term success through demonstrating workforce agility.
At CHRO Series Indonesia, ADP and Microsoft will address key workforce issues as organsiations look to navigate successfully beyond the pandemic.
At the recently concluded virtual US HR Tech Conference 2020, industry leaders explored the challenges of 2020 and the opportunities to come.
Speaking with HRM Asia, ADP's Peter Hadley explains how organisations should approach people leadership, payroll and technology in order to be successful beyond the pandemic.
In the process of organisational transformation, putting people first gives you the greatest chance at sustainable success.
The Malaysian Employers Federation has called for more clarity on the government’s work-from-home (WFH) directive.
A survey commissioned by the Straits Times highlighted that the majority of Singapore’s workforce do not wish to return to the office.
The company will also be allowing its staff to relocate and take on part-time working hours if approved by their managers.
Why HR’s next steps need to include adopting technology and moving beyond financial survival and workplace safety.
The discussion on Day 3 centered around how organisations can build resiliency and effectiveness.
With a return to a work environment pre-pandemic looking increasingly unlikely, organistions need to start planning for workplaces of the future.
In planning their recovery from the pandemic, what are some of the key characteristics that organisations should be demonstrating?
How organisations can successfully navigate a new era of HR and the workplace was one of the most keenly discussed topics on Day 1.
This is the time for HR to re-imagine what it can be and how it can deliver outsized value even in the face of such radical change.
According to a recent survey done by the company, more than half of its employees want to return to the office, but not everyday.
Apple employees have been working remotely since the start of the pandemic and CEO Tim Cook has been impressed by how they adapted to it.
More micro, small and medium businesses have been forced to temporarily close in the Philippines than any other country in ASEAN.
It is now a matter of ‘be agile or die’ in the post COVID-19 world. How can organisations make sure they adapt to the new normal?