Wages rose from January to June earlier this year, but also saw a drop in earnings for the first time in seven years.
With immediate effect, employees of Zoom need to be in the office at least two times a week as part of a new hybrid work policy.
Before implementing a four-day workweek, organisations need to better understand their workforce needs and what employees want.
The introduction of a 4.5-day workweek is aimed at making employees more refreshed and fulfilled to meet the demands of their work, says the PR firm.
Generative AI and human adaptability must work together to make sustainable progress, writes Jason Averbook.
As the workforce continues to age, organisations need to offer more than just compensation to attract and retain older employees.
Joanne Flinn, Chairwoman of the ESG Institute, discusses how CHROs can play a practical and strategic role in driving sustainability.
Employers are urged to review workplace policies and consider accommodation and alternative arrangements to ensure compliance.
Organisations can drive future growth by identifying trends and opportunities, says HR Tech Fest Connect 2023 speaker Go Ashokh Menon.
More must be done to help employees who may be adversely impacted as the use of AI in the workplace increases, says the OECD.
As ransomware attacks escalate, business leaders must realise the need for a coordinated response to safeguard their organisations.
Decarbonisation in Asia-Pacific is fuelling a Green Collar workforce, supporting a US$47 trillion economy boost and the creation of 180 million jobs.
By increasing temporal predictability and segmenting tasks, employees are more productive and find projects more enjoyable.
Employers in Singapore have been urged to offer flexible work arrangements that help to create an engaged and diverse workforce.
Employee priorities are shifting, so organisations must prioritise productivity, flexibility, and employee engagement, says Remote's Chris McNamara.
Organisations need to understand the challenges faced by employees and implement compassionate strategies for a return to the office.
The government is pushing economic policies that require more female board members to be nominated to achieve gender equality.
To encourage more seniors to re-enter the workforce, authorities have been urged to invest in this group and create regulations to protect their rights.
Improving digital infrastructure, rethinking hiring approaches and a focus on skills are some ways the Philippines can manage job roles becoming obsolete.
The progressive wage model has been considered a success in Singapore, but will it be feasible in Malaysia? An economics professor says no.
As a result of declining birth rates, fewer young Taiwanese 15-29 are employed, while employees in other age ranges are on the rise.
With the evolution of the workplace, HR leaders must recognise and embrace both opportunities and challenges.
Day 2 of the HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 is jam-packed with presentations and innovations that will shape the way organisations work in 2023 and beyond.
Winners of the HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 were recognised for setting the benchmark of excellence and innovation in the HR industry.
Women in their 30s are making up higher numbers in South Korea’s working population, while numbers of men in the same age group are declining.
With lifelong employment on the decline, employees have to adapt and develop new skills to continue being employable.
A Future of Work Taskforce could help SMEs create a skilled workforce that supports their growth, said the Small and Medium Enterprises Association.
Jean Lua, Chief HR Officer, Kredivo, highlights the key principles HR leaders need to understand about change management.
Successful hybrid work models work when organisations develop clear and explicit work norms, which encourages employees to stay.
Organisations should not neglect the human potential in their employees, even as technologies continue to impact and change the way we work.