Monday, September 23, 2019

Co-working spaces are driving change in the office market

Multinational companies are beginning to discover the appeal of co-working spaces as a flexible office solution. The future of work is evolving. Companies aspire to...

How better skills can boost recognition of domestic work

An ILO training course gives Indonesian domestic workers the opportunity to gain a nationally recognized certificate and aims to raise the status of the...

Half of Job Seekers in China and Hong Kong Prefer Social...

Social media may be a big part of people’s daily lives in Malaysia, but it remains the least favoured way to find a new...

Cathay Pacific cabin crew back extending retirement age from 55 to...

Asia’s largest airline, Cathay Pacific Airways is poised to extend the retirement age of its 9,000 Hong Kong-based cabin crew from 55 to 60...

Hong Kong’s expatriates “more satisfied” … but not as happy as...

Hong Kong’s expatriates are slightly more satisfied with their lives compared with one year ago, but they are still not as content as others...

More Women and Older Workers are Expected to Fill Gap in...

Projections of Hong Kong’s workforce show that more workers are choosing to work longer instead of retiring at 60 years of age. The trend...

Hong Kong realtors hiring record number of agents in city’s real...

Over 38,000 property agents are now licensed to work in Hong Kong, with the number set to rise as the city’s two dominant agencies...

Cathay could face more belt-tightening, including job cuts, as HK$1.2 billion...

Cathay Pacific Airways could face further pressure for another round of cost-cutting in the face of an estimated HK$1.2 billion in losses for the...

Hong Kong Government Acts to Stop Losing Young Talents to Regional...

Small and medium-sized enterprises in Hong Kong can look forward to more tax incentives as the government tries to counter competition from regional rivals...

Cathay Pacific overseas operations to be affected by ‘review’ of workforce

Cathay Pacific Airways will start a “comprehensive review” of its workforce, a move expected to impact its operations outside of Hong Kong, according to...

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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...