Sunday, October 24, 2021

100,000 Jobs at Risk After Australia Ends Wage Subsidy Scheme

Australia ends pandemic wage subsidy scheme, jeopardising over 100,000 jobs Australia on Sunday ended its pandemic wage subsidy scheme called “JobKeeper”. The scheme initially saw...

Casual and part-time jobs at record levels in Australia

Australia has experienced the biggest expansion of casual employment in the country’s history, according to new analysis that suggests the economic impact of the...

AI to accelerate and reduce bias in recruitment

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

Can robots replace the human element of HR?

In the digital era, there is much hype on automation replacing jobs. According to a recent poll by CareerBuilder, 55% of HR managers believe...

Malaysian employees are the least engaged among Asian markets

In the face of a challenging global economy, employees are more skeptical than before, as they anticipate better navigation of the organisation’s future and...

Benefits are the key to keeping employees happy and motivated

  Monetary returns alone may no longer keep employees working at their peak. An attractive package that provides for a more wholesome career is the...

Is emotional intelligence a predictor of success?

  Gone are the days when a high IQ would place an employee at the pinnacle of achievement.  Today, the pre-eminence of IQ as a...

Microsoft India offers enhanced family benefits

  Recognising the need for a more inclusive approach, Microsoft India is introducing family caregiver leave for its staff. Under this enhanced scheme, staff will be...

New employment dispute centres to cover Singapore workers

  With the recent launch of two new dispute management offices, workers in Singapore now have access to a “cheaper, better, faster way” to resolve...

Are LGBT employees being left behind?

Despite the global shift towards a more inclusive community embracing diversity, only over half of organisations tailored their policies to specifically accommodate lesbian gay,...


More Singaporean Businesses Eyeing Vaccine Mandates

Vaccine mandates have proven to be a highly controversial topic among business owners and employees. While some argue that such mandates should be compulsory...

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Malaysia approves SOPs to reopen doors to migrant workers

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said the government has approved the standard operating procedures (SOPs) proposed by the Human Resource Ministry for...


APAC People Analytics Summit

APAC People Analytics Summit Date of Event:     20 - 21st May 2021 Official Website: The APAC People Analytics Summit is a place for all HR...

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