In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Asian Development Bank expects most economies in Asia Pacific to contract in 2020.
More than A$3 billion has been earmarked to help businesses in the Australian state of Victoria overcome the impact of COVID-19.
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?
The European chief of the WHO have urged workers to shed their fear of returning to the workplace, saying it is an inevitable development.
Consumer sentiment continues to be downbeat as South-East Asia’s largest economy struggles with the financial impact of COVID-19.
Speaking to HRM Asia, Tata Communications’ Andrew Yeong details how the company is approaching the journey to digital transformation.
More jobs are at risk of being lost if borders remain closed throughout 2020, warns the Tourism Authority of Thailand.
Key government and business leaders from around ASEAN will provide key insights into how workforces in the region can be reshaped.
Even though the video streaming service provider has told its employees to stay at home, Netflix’s CEO clearly does not favour remote working.
The South-East Asian country is continuing to feel the impact of the pandemic after record growth was recorded in the previous two years.
The International Airport Transport Association has called on governments to open borders in a bid to save the ailing airline industry.
The latest statistics provided by the Australian Bureau of Statistics also points to the country’s worst economic years in more than 60 years.
While confident that they can tide over the pandemic, most businesses in Singapore acknowledge the challenges facing them.
The Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO), which had been slated to end on August 31, will now be extended to the end of 2020.
From September 1, all sales employees under the group’s companies will work from home permanently.
Both workers and businesses will benefit from the stimulus programmes introduced by the Indonesian government.
Beginning this September, some Samsung workers based in South Korea will begin to work from home, as part of a pilot programme.
HR should focus on these areas to drive consistent and measurable improvement in D&I, says HR Tech Influencer Anne Fulton.
As organisations continue to plan their recovery from the pandemic, EX is a top priority.
The IFC has earmarked a series of financial aid initiatives to provide COVID-19 support for MSMEs in Asia-Pacific.
Despite the uncertainty presented by the pandemic, SMEs in Vietnam will continue with their investment plans.
57 billion baht worth of loan guarantees have been earmarked for Thai SMEs struggling under the weight of COVID-19.
WSG has continued to help mid-career employees in Singapore transition to new careers.
This is in line with a 17.1% contraction of the economy in the same quarter, as total hours worked dropped because of COVID-19.
As South Korea grapples with a second COVID-19 wave, many companies are having to make remote working a priority.
A white paper from Rizing provides organisations with the right strategies to upgrade their HR processes to SAP SuccessFactors in the cloud.
The Philippines government has set aside 120 billion pesos for a credit guarantee programme that will help small businesses gain access to loans.
A new scheme offers cabin crew members the option of early release or retirement as the airline continues to struggle with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Consumer confidence and business conditions continue to be adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Siemens' Michael Haberzettl shares with HRM Asia details of the company’s new mobile working model, and how it is reshaping how the company works.