Thursday, August 6, 2020

New Google Initiatives to Benefit 3,000 Job Seekers in Singapore

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Approximately 3,000 Singaporean job-seekers will benefit from a new jobs and skills training initiative launched by tech giant Google in conjunction with government agencies...

Mercer Outlines a Safe Return to the Office

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As many countries around the world slowly lifts their restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, many employers are quickly learning that returning to the...

How The Pandemic Is Changing Employee Recognition

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Generally, employee recognition has historically involved formal acknowledgement for long-term contributions or periodic rewards for especial efforts. This is done in recognition of how...

How HR Can Drive Recovery in a Post-COVID-World

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The COVID-19 pandemic will eventually fade into the history books as the world returns to normalcy. However, it has already left its mark on...

South Korea to Pour ₩160 Trillion Into Job Creation Project

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South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in has recently announced that the government will be spending ₩160 trillion (approx. US$130b) to create 1.9 million jobs by...

Funding Women Entrepreneurs on Mongolia’s COVID Frontline

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Mongolia was one of the first nations to implement COVID-19 containment procedures. As a result, they had miraculously limited the number of confirmed infections...

Rise of the New-Collar Worker

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New technologies and developments are pointing towards artificial intelligence and automation being the future of work. As such, there is a growing demand for...

Indonesia’s Tourism Workers Given Alternative Tasks Amid COVID-19

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One of the unfortunate realities of the COVID-19 pandemic is that thousands of workers are being let go or are under threat of losing...

Recruitment in China Post-Covid-19

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COVID-19 has caused devastating damage to China’s economic activities. Many industries from catering, to retail, to tourism, and more have been hit badly due...

Malaysians’ Quality of Life Dipped During COVID-19 Pandemic

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COVID-19 restrictions in Malaysia are slowly easing up since the Movement Control Order (MCO) was put in place in March. The economic slowdown that...