Driven by the need to attract talent, Japan is proposing new laws that will offer more public sector employees a four-day workweek.
While employees remain confident that their employers will support them during uncertain times, job and income stability are paramount.
Leaders must develop three key traits to lead their organisations and people through times of uncertainty.
Tim Sackett, who will be speaking at HR Tech Festival Asia 2023, examines the potential impact Generative AI can have on the future of work.
Speakers at the Reimagine Theatre during HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 will highlight the challenges and opportunities posed by the evolving world of work.
The amended Labour Protection Act sets out the terms and conditions to define the work-from-anywhere concept in Thailand.
With investors and stakeholders demanding transparency, accountability, and responsibility, ESG is now a key business consideration.
A study in the UK found that, after shortening the workweek, things were better for employees, and at least no worse for employers.
Dr CJ Meadows will be at HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 to explain why design thinking is becoming a top priority for high-performing HR teams today.
Plans to revise the current 52-hour workweek will afford employees more control over how they manage their working hours.
Australia has set targets to increase women’s participation in male-dominated industries to address skills shortages.
The launch of the Professional Services Industry Transformation Map 2025 will help to grow talent in Singapore’s professional services sector.
The new system involves two 12-hours shifts followed by multiple days offs, without adding to employees’ overall working hours.
Ng Ying Yuan, COO for Group Human Resources, DBS, shares the bank’s commitment to sustainability and how this has won buy-in from employees.
Both employers and job applications should expect the hiring process to evolve, highlighting the importance of adaptability in today’s job market.
Walmart’s technology employees face relocation and more frequent in-person work as the retail giant closes offices in three cities.
Speaking with HRM Asia, TTSH’s Lek Jie Ying highlights how the hospital is helping employees overcome the challenges posed by the pandemic.
Despite employees' desire for flexibility, Ajay Banga, former Mastercard CEO, says in-person work remains crucial to building personal connections.
The reduction of top executives’ salaries provides HR with the opportunity to strengthen employee morale and retention during a period of layoffs.
Employees of Rimini Street will continue to work four days a week throughout 2023, as they have been doing since July 2022.
More firms in Japan are allowing their employees to take on second jobs to foster skills development and gain opportunities for career advancement.
Flexible working arrangements (FWAs) can help increase productivity and retain talent, but organisations need more support to implement them.
To ensure the success of an organisation, leadership skills and effectiveness must evolve along with their workforce, a survey finds.
Business leaders are looking to redefine their priorities to focus on maximising value while driving profits in today’s challenging marketplace.
Diversity is commonly understood to refer to visible differences, but it encompasses a much broader range of characteristics within the workplace.
Josh Bersin discusses how organisations can manage layoffs more effectively, even in uncertain economic times.
Improvements to hybrid work and workplaces adding social aspects to bring people together are some of the workplace trends that can be expected in 2023.
The amendments are largely based on the International Labour Organisation standards, which provide a framework for addressing labour issues.
Depending on the state of the pandemic in the country, all employees are required to return to the office starting next March.
Working from home jeopardises vital in-person collaboration and creates conflict between employers and employees, said entrepreneur James Dyson.