Saturday, July 31, 2021

Japan Facing ‘Telework Fatigue’

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The proportion of people in Japan who are working fully remotely fell from the rate in April, a survey by the Japan Productivity Center...

New Hong Kong Talent Trends

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A new study into salaries and hiring trends in Hong Kong has revealed a strong shift in emphasis towards digital talent acquisition as organisations...

More Malaysians Are Looking for Jobs Amid The Pandemic

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Malaysia’s unemployment rate has improved steadily this year to 4.5 percent according to the Department of Statistics in May 2021, as vaccination across the...

China Looks at Protecting Its Flexible Workers

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At a recent State Council’s executive meeting, Premier Li Keqiang said, “The lawful rights and interests of workers engaged in new forms of employment...

Work From Home or Quit?

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Now that workers around the globe have had a taste of flexible work benefits, more than half (54 percent) of employees surveyed from around...

Hong Kong Sprints Towards Normalcy

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Hong Kong has been found to be among the trailblazers to normalcy after it scored 96 percent in The Economist’s normalcy index that measured...

Will Gen Z End the Traditional Workday?

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Generation Z employees are entering the workforce amidst a disruption to our work model on a scale never seen before. It is natural that...

Singapore Workers Less Engaged Than Their Managers Think

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Achievers have recently announced the results of its inaugural Asia Pacific ‘Engagement and Recognition @ Work’ Report, unveiling key insights into the state of employee...

Taiwan Offers Subsidies for Successful Jobseekers

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Taiwan will soon begin offering subsidies of up to NT$20,000 (US$715.81) to workers who were previously unemployed, but have managed to get themselves a...

The Priorities of APAC Employers For Success

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As companies transition to new ways of work, the number of organisations in Asia Pacific (APAC) making employee experience a top priority has surged,...