Monday, September 23, 2019

Singtel invests S$45 million to boost employees’ digital skills

Singtel is investing S$45 million over three years to deepen the digital skills of its 12,600 employees in Singapore and enable them to thrive...

Co-Working Spaces of the Future

CO-WORKING SPACES: WORKPLACE OF THE FUTURE? The use of co-working spaces is on the rise, but should you accept a job in one or move...

G20 Adopts Human-Centred Future Work Policies

ILO welcomes G20 commitment to human-centred future of work policies ILO Director-General Guy Ryder has welcomed the Declaration by G20 Labour and Employment ministers, committing to...

How Labour Power Shapes Corporate Payout Policy

Research shows work forces trying to limit dividends are most successful in nations with broader collective bargaining and effective labour law enforcement. Existing research...

Top global firms commit to tackling inequality

Top global firms commit to tackling inequality by joining Business for Inclusive Growth coalition A group of major international companies has pledged to tackle inequality...

Reverse mentoring key for innovative new ideas

Many innovative employers in the corporate world are beginning to encourage reverse mentoring, which helps to combine the knowledge of junior and senior employees...

Skill Shortages Could be Holding Back Growth

Skills shortages could be holding back business growth as there aren’t enough available professionals with the right skills to fill vacant roles, says recruiting...

Strong Management a Pull Factor for Malaysians

More than two in five (44 per cent) Malaysia-based workers have ranked “strong management‟ as the most important EVP (employee value proposition) factor from...

Singapore Introduces New Programmes to Boost Media Talent

A suite of new initiatives are now available for media students and professionals, to expand opportunities for local and global talent to collaborate, and...

Automotive Sector to Drive Malaysia’s Workforce Development

The Automotive sector will play an important role in developing required capacities and capabilities of the Malaysian workforce, in line with Industry 4.0, according...

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Asia Corporate Wellness Market Expected to Double by 2024

The corporate wellness market in the APAC region is set to grow from US$3.4 billion in 2015 to US$7.4 billion by 2024. This prediction...

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Employer Medical Benefit Costs in Asia Pacific to Grow 8.7% in...

Medical costs in Asia Pacific are forecasted to increase from 8.6 percent in 2019 to 8.7 percent in 2020, according to the 2020 Global...

Diary

HR Leaders Singapore 2019

When: 10 October 2019 Where: Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore This one-day strategy meeting offers unique feature of— interactive roundtable discussions featuring key topics in talent...