HR Tech Festival Asia 2022 is taking place from 10-13 May 2022 and includes the in-person HR Tech Fest Live on May 10.
One of the transitions identified by the World Economic Forum is eco-tourism, which is projected to create some US$53 billion of additional revenue.
Panasonic Corp has joined a small, but growing, number of Japanese companies to offer staff a four-day workweek to encourage better work-life balance.
Japan’s major business organisations want companies to spur economic growth, and to view the pandemic as a business opportunity.
Manpower Minister Ida Fauziyah has revealed resolutions to address labour issues, including breakthroughs to restore the national economy.
There are now around 64,000 digital technology companies in Vietnam, after 5,600 new companies were established in 2021.
The Labour Ministry is planning to implement all four new labour codes in the new fiscal year, set to replace 29 current labour laws.
A survey has shown that the majority of businesses in Malaysia are opting to continue with the hybrid model of on-site and remote working.
The government plans to consult with industry, as well as the education and training sectors on ways to meet the country’s digital needs.
The cost savings of remote working are attractive as employers do not have to pay rent for office space, building utilities, and compensation for transport.
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If the country’s new labour codes are implemented, there is a likelihood that workers in India may be able to enjoy a four-day work week in FY2022-2023.
Dr C J Meadows, Director, The Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center at SP Jain School of Global Management, identifies keys to innovation.
There are about 220,000 people working as gig workers for online platforms, which account for 8.5% of the country’s total workers.
Under the purview of the HR ministry, these initiatives aim to build sustainable human capital in Malaysia.
As hybrid work becomes increasingly prevalent, Qualtrics highlights how organisations can better manage EX programmes.
Creating a people-centric workforce experience that reinforces organisational purpose and culture will be a key HR objective in 2022.
Charles Ferguson, General Manager, Asia Pacific, Globalization Partners, highlights what it takes to create a successful hybrid workplace.
IHRP’s “The People Behind People Forum” recognises the contributions of Singapore’s HR community to wellbeing and business continuity.
Rob Squires, VP for Sales, Asia Pacific and Japan, Ceridian, why organisations need to prioritise EX to retain talent.
The newly rebranded Human Resources Development Corporation will be the central agency for all human resource development programmes.
Gerald Gan, Head of Institute of Business Excellence, NTUC LearningHub, explains why gaining adaptive skills is critical for employees to stay relevant.
An expert committee has been set up to form a national employment policy that will help sectors with potential to increase mass employment.
Dr Oliver Crocco, who will be speaking at CHRO Singapore, highlights why HR development in ASEAN should be seen as part of an ecosystem.
Over the last four years, five major cities outside Seoul have driven the increase in the proportion of non-regular jobs in the country.
As the labour market changes, it should serve more employees by expanding its reach and addressing workers’ holistic need, said Singapore's Deputy PM.
CHRO Malaysia, taking place today, will provide key insights into how CHROs can lead their organisations successfully into the future.
Vaibhav Jain, CEO and Founder of Hubilo, explains why businesses must rethink employees’ experience and leverage technology to overcome challenges.
HR leaders will have to adapt to digitalisation, balance empathy at work, and promote smart risk-taking in the workplace.