The world's largest advertising company will be freezing new hires as well as cutting the pay of executive committee and board members.
Employers have a number of tools at their disposal, from emerging technologies to reimagined current processes, to ready employees to work from home.
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The stimulus package will help cushion the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak for workers, businesses and the health industry.
Heidi B. Capozzi will lead the company's Corporate Employee Relations, Diversity and Inclusion, Total Rewards and Talent Management.
The bank will reduce US$4.5bn worth of costs which would involve slashing about 15% of the group’s global workforce amidst plunging profits.
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Technology giant Microsoft has a Chief Scientific Officer for the first time in its history after appointing Eric Horvitz to the role.
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The Malaysian government has reduced the minimum employee contribution rate for the Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) from 11% to 7%.
Singapore developer CapitaLand is the latest company to implement wage freeze and pay cuts to deal with the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The online travel site is set to lay off 3,000 jobs worldwide to cut operating cost after what it described as a “disappointing” 2019.
Singapore state investment firm Temasek is freezing salaries of employees while asking its senior management to take a voluntary pay cut.
The acquisition gives Cornerstone OnDemand more talent experience tools to complement its base of learning and skills development products.
The two industry leaders in human capital management and workforce management have merged to bring together their solutions.
Declining audience for its news programs and rising operating costs have led British broadcaster BBC to cut 450 jobs from its newsroom.
Weakened sales in Asia has forced the company that produces Scotch tapes and even industrial helmets to cut 1,500 of its global workforce.
As a human resources expert for more than 30 years, Leslie Hayward has always been a big supporter of representing local talent at oil & gas giant Shell.
In what is seen as new co-head Iqbal Khan's move to make his mark, UBS has made sweeping job cuts in its latest cost cutting and restructuring exercise.
The world’s largest auto-parts supplier is the latest company to suffer from India’s dramatic economic slowdown.
It's tough times for the hotel industry in India as hotels chain Oyo Hotels and Homes is planning to lay off 2,000 jobs to cut operating cost.
Stiffer competition has prompted Maybank Kim Eng to lay off 5% of their workforce in Singapore as part of their latest restructuring exercise.
Tough times have driven Hong Kong cosmetics retailer Sasa out of the Singapore market, with 22 stores set to close.
The national government is pushing three major state-run insurance companies to consolidate, leading to thousands of potential redundancies.
As part of a Work-Life Choice Challenge the tech giant saw an impressive 40% rise in sales along with a 23% fall in electricity usage.
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While it has a reputation as a lean, mean fighting machine of a workforce, the world’s most powerful military is showing its softer side.
Despite the co-working office provider’s problems in the U.S, it is full steam ahead in Singapore as it continues to expand.
The consulting firm has joined forces with Presence of IT to tap into the rapidly growing labour market in Asia-Pacific.