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Malaysia’s economic recovery will depend on SMEs getting back on their feet, suggested Malaysia’s International Trade and Industry Minister.
Companies operating in Singapore have called on more flexibility to be exercised where work arrangements are concerned.
Fujitsu's Manabu Morikawa tells HRM Asia why the time is right for the company to embrace WFH as the company introduces its "Work Life Shift" policy.
This represents the biggest slump in quarterly GDP data dating back to 1981, and plunges the Philippines into recession.
A loan from the Asian Development Bank will help the Thai government give more support to SMEs in the country.
The country’s HR Minister reassured local citizens will be given priority when it comes to any available job openings.
Uber employees can choose to continue working from home through June 2021, even if offices open before then.
Virgin Australia will also layoff about a third of its workforce as the carrier aims to rebrand as a “value airline”.
Less than 20% of SMEs expect their business to recover within the next three months, a new survey has revealed.
The company will also be offering a COVID-19 special early retirement scheme to all ground staff and pilots.
Takorn Tantasith, former secretary-general of Thailand’s NBTC, envisions Thailand as a WFH hub for the world.
Without an extension of a loan moratorium, many SMEs are at risk of closing down, warned the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers.
Driven by wider digital transformation initiatives taken by local enterprises, the ICT market in the Philippines is set for continued growth in 2020.
Digital transformation needs to be a carefully thought-out process with an organisation’s people at the core, says Workday.
For 2-3 days a week, Siemens employees are able to choose where they want to work, and it need not be home.
Japan’s economy minister also called on business leaders to comply with COVID-19 prevention guidelines.
85% of the IT workforce in India have been working from home since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Nike said the new structure would be “nimbler” and “flatter” and lead to a streamlining of its corporate leadership team.
The company has launched a new Asia-Pacific revenue team and appointed Charles Ferguson as General Manager for the region.
If internet inequality is not adequately addressed, millions around the world could find themselves without a job, warned Microsoft president.
From January to May 2020, more than one-quarter of businesses have closed down because of COVID-19, according to a new report.
Amazon corporate employees will be allowed to continue working from home until January 8, as tech companies continue to implement remote working.
The integrated resort operator said the vast majority of local staff have been retained while all affected workers will get a “fair compensation”.