Sunday, May 31, 2020

Iconic firms embrace AI but not at the expense of human...

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A global survey of over 550 senior executives across 30 markets reveals that ‘Iconic’ firms - those that both maintain the highest levels of...

8 of 10 workers expect a bonus this year

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More than 83% expects a bonus this year More than 83% are expecting to receive a bonus this year – a six-point increase from 2018....

More Malaysians may lose jobs this year, says MEF

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        Malaysians can expect more job cuts this year. Already, companies are downsizing and many have started to freeze hiring. The Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) says...

The Need to Manage Employee Engagement

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Article Contributed by the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Ask any human resources guru and they are likely to say unequivocally that employee engagement,...

Employers in Singapore remain cautious when it comes to increasing headcount...

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Business confidence in Singapore is growing with 68 per cent of organisations expecting business activity to increase in 2018. This is a key finding...

ILO launches 2017 global media competition on labour migration

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The International Labour Organization (ILO) is launching a global media competition to recognize exemplary media coverage on labour migration. The objective is to encourage quality...

VIETNAM A MAJOR REMITTANCES RECIPIENT

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Vietnam’s remittances have consistently increased despite global economic difficulties. A large number of expatriate Vietnamese want to open businesses in the homeland, especially in...

AI to accelerate and reduce bias in recruitment

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Australian businesses can now use artificial intelligence (AI) to accelerate and help reduce bias in recruitment processes, following a partnership between leading Talent Management...

Editor’s Picks

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China Construction Bank Malaysia first foreign commercial bank to get licence in 6 yrs China Construction Bank (Malaysia) Bhd (CCBM) is the first foreign commercial...

Hong Kong civil servants to start work from next week

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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said most civil servants will gradually return to work from May 4, although the government had not yet decided...