Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Should bosses make wellbeing programmes obligatory?

Wellbeing programmes improve workforce productivity and retention, but with less than two in five employees participating, should such programmes be compulsory? This is an...

Wage growth & education drive job market

Wage growth and education flexibility drive buoyant job market in Malaysia Accelerating wage growth is keeping Malaysia’s labour market buoyant, according to the seventh edition...

Hiring of banking talent in Malaysia continues to decline

Singapore and the Philippines continued to exhibit uninterrupted, double-digit demand for banking executives during the month of November, a feat previously achieved during both...

Most Malaysians still earn below average incomes

A majority of Malaysians will still be earning less than the national average income even when the country achieves high-income status. Ensuring income equality...

MEF & MTUC ask for more time on SOCSO coverage for...

Employers are asking for guidance and leniency as they prepare to provide 1.8 million foreign workers with Social Security Organisation (Socso) coverage starting 1...

Malaysia yet to harness the power of Diversity & Inclusion

Malaysia yet to harness the power of Diversity & Inclusion to help companies thrive in the age of disruption Having a diverse workforce helps organisations...

Singapore’s top ten talent trends for 2019

Singapore’s superlative position as a digital nation is shaping both demand- and supply-sides of the employment landscape. This is just one of the Hays top...

Singapore back among top 20 most expensive locations

Singapore has returned to the global top 20 most expensive locations for expats as the 18th most expensive city in the world for expatriate workers....

Malaysia’s overall salary to increase 5.2pc in 2019

US-based technology-driven solutions provider and consultant, Mercer, is projecting Malaysia’s overall salary increase to remain stable at 5.2 per cent in 2019 but surpasses...

Young Malaysians face difficulties making transition from school to work

A survey conducted by the Khazanah Research Institute found that young Malaysians aged between 15 and 29 living in urban and rural areas face...

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This is where people work the longest hours

  Mexicans work far longer days than anyone else. Germans, on the other hand, clock up the least hours. New data from the Organization for Economic...

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Tech trends that impact work in 2019

The continued advancement of technology means there are more tools available to Human Resources professionals than ever before. In order for business and HR...

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Digital HR & Analytics Conference 2019

HR Leaders are being pushed to take on a larger role in helping to drive the organisation “to be digital” not just “do digital” by...