Thursday, September 24, 2020

How better skills can boost recognition of domestic work

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

Can robots replace the human element of HR?

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

HR Asia Announces Indonesia’s Best Companies to Work for in Asia

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HR Asia, Asia's most authoritative publications for HR professionals, has announced twenty companies in Indonesia as the best companies to work for; as ranked by 6,420 employees across the...

Malaysian employees are the least engaged among Asian markets

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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

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  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?

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  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

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  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

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  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?

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

Ricoh (Malaysia) announces leadership change

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Ms Alice Lee will helm Ricoh (Malaysia) as the Chief Operating Officer, replacing Mr Peter Wee, effective 1 April this year.  Alice Lee shall...