Wednesday, August 4, 2021

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...

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,...

The Top 20 Cities for WFH Amidst the Pandemic

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A sense of normalcy is slowly returning to the world. As the world begins to pick up the pieces on the road to recovery,...

Boss Bots?

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An interesting story came out of Bloomberg recently. Said report claimed that an employee who spent four years delivering packages for Amazon, as a...

Workaholic Japan Encourages 4-Day Work-Week

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Japan's culture of work is steeped in workaholism. Many employees often work late into the night, leaving little time for rest and recuperation. Over...

Asia cities lead most expensive for Employees working abroad

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As the world continues to recover from Covid-19, Mercer’s annual 2021 Cost of Living survey saw Asia dominating the world’s most expensive city rankings,...

From Recruitment to Retention: How Technology Revolutionises HR Processes

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By Gibu Mathew Finding and keeping the right people will always be a major factor in the success of any organisation. Over the years, human...

Japan to fall far short of goal for more Female Managers

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Women make up fewer than 10% of managers at most Japanese companies and a big majority of firms say it will be impossible to...

Even 30% pay raises can’t stop the junior banker exodus in...

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They’ve raised salaries and promised quicker promotions. But the world’s biggest securities firms and banks are still struggling to retain junior investment bankers in Asia,...