Friday, September 22, 2017

Cathay Pacific cabin crew back extending retirement age from 55 to...

Asia’s largest airline, Cathay Pacific Airways is poised to extend the retirement age of its 9,000 Hong Kong-based cabin crew from 55 to 60...

Hong Kong’s expatriates “more satisfied” … but not as happy as...

Hong Kong’s expatriates are slightly more satisfied with their lives compared with one year ago, but they are still not as content as others...

Reforms advanced to remove innovation barriers

China will step up reform to support innovation by removing barriers to entrepreneurship and innovation. The decision was made at a State Council executive...

Unit4 wins big at 2017 HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards

Unit4 has won the ‘Best HR Tech – Talent Management System’ and ‘Best HR Tech – Leave Management System’ in the 2017 HRM Asia...

The DNA of an HRD – career advice from Asia’s top...

Understanding the business “inside out” and actively looking for learning opportunities instead of getting comfortable are essential to reaching a senior HR role, according...

Artificial Intelligence Set to Revolutionise Recruitment

Artificial intelligence (AI) is set to change the way the recruitment industry and organisations search for and acquire talent, according to recruiting experts Hays. Automated...

Aon announces 8 Best Employers in Malaysia for 2017

Aon, a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement, and health solutions, has named eight organisations as Best Employers...

HR professionals in Asia need to plug in to get to...

Networking is the number one career development tool used by the majority of HR Directors (HRDs) in Asia, according to research by recruiting experts...

PIKOM leads a group of delegates to WCIT 2017 and ASOCIO...

The upcoming World Congress of Information Technology (WCIT) and the annual ASOCIO ICT Summit in Taiwan will offer Malaysian delegates vast opportunities to learn...

Hong Kong Government Acts to Stop Losing Young Talents to Regional...

Small and medium-sized enterprises in Hong Kong can look forward to more tax incentives as the government tries to counter competition from regional rivals...