Companies employing between five and 49 workers will have to comply with the 52-hour work week by next month.
Small businesses in the country have asked for more time to prepare for the 52-hour work week, which is set to be implemented next month.
Businesses are advised to stagger the start times of employees and implement flexible working hours, and refrain from cross-deploying workers.
A recent SAP SuccessFactors webinar pinpointed the ways HR leaders can successfully pivot to build a future-capable workforce.
Skillsoft's Rosie Cairnes examines the role of leadership in the workforce in a post-pandemic era.
SumTotal's Rhys Hughes highlights five key digital trends impacting businesses.
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.
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These include making sure that premises are equipped with a safe entry QR code, thermometers and hand sanitisers
With workforce transformation continuing to gain pace, organisations have to ensure their employees build new skills and enhance existing ones.
The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation remains committed to elevating the digital skills of workers, thereby boosting the country’s competitiveness.
Neil Jones, Regional Managing Director of AMS, highlights how recruitment strategies can keep pace with changing business priorities.
The launch of the national framework to measure workplace diversity, equity and inclusion will help organisations make changes to improve.
Research from the ADP Research Institute provides insights into how the workforce in Singapore and across Asia Pacific has changed over the past year.
Telstra’s Alex Badenoch, who will be speaking at HR Tech Fest Connect 2021, gives some tips on how organisations can make remote work a success.
HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 will provide key insights that will allow organisations to plan for a successful workplace transformation.
The new National Workplace Learning Certification scheme will help companies identify and close gaps in their workplace learning systems.
Josh Bersin gives a sneak preview of what he will be presenting at HR Tech Fest Connect 2021, where he is giving the opening keynote address on May 27.
Larger businesses were twice as likely to have introduced remote working arrangements in response to COVID-19 as compared to smaller firms.
The HRM Asia Magazine April/May 2021 Issue attempts to address the key priorities for HR leaders in 2021.
Organisations can build futureproof workforces by leaping forward in iterative ways and, strengthening the skills and capabilities that are critical for success.
Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) has called for the revision of minimum wages and the remuneration system.
HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 will provide key insights into how HR leaders can be successful in a new era of hybrid workforce management.
To help MSMEs recover from the pandemic, the Asian Development Bank is urging governments to consider more targeted and differentiated assistance.
The decision to restart the working visa programme was welcomed by tourism employers, who would have access to a pool of offshore workers.
SMEs selected for the programme will undergo capacity building and be eligible to receive financial assistance of up to RM500,000.
Staff working from locations other than their offices accounted for 19.2% of all workers in Japan in April, which is almost unchanged from levels in July 2020.
A survey carried out from late March to early April saw 40 companies saying that they have increased or plan to increase mid-career hiring.