Thursday, March 21, 2019

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...

Hong Kong University chief leaves for a job with lower pay

Money may not be everything when it comes to job satisfaction. Though many switch to higher paying jobs, there are some who contend that...

Should employers look for the best fit?

In the landscape of meritocracy, most recruiters would believe that the best job is reserved for the best man. However, getting the perfect fit...

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...

Women hold top management jobs in Malaysia civil service

  As high as 35% of top policy-making positions are held by women in Malaysia’s public sector. The latest figures – 1,419 women holding top positions...

Robots may be part of the futuristic workforce

Robots may be the new wave of workers. The workplace of the future may soon see robots working alongside humans, and in a recent study...

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...

Managing attrition of returning mothers

  Webinar: Sponsored childcare support – Going beyond gender diversity In conjunction with International Women’s Day, People Matters in partnership with Founding Years is holding a...

Leading in uncertain times

Cegos Asia Pacific’s new partnership with the Centre for Executive Education (CEE) is geared to take business critical executive and senior leader development beyond...

Employment Outlook In Southeast Asia’s BFSI Sector Remains Cautious

  Southeast Asia’s Banking and Financial Services sector is still displaying a cautious hiring outlook, despite seeing slight improvement in online hiring in Singapore and...

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This is where people work the longest hours

  Mexicans work far longer days than anyone else. Germans, on the other hand, clock up the least hours. New data from the Organization for Economic...

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HK gives tax breaks to encourage voluntary retirement savings

New law gives Hongkongers tax break of US$7,650 in a bid to boost their inadequate pension Hong Kong’s lawmakers have unanimously passed an amended law...

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Asia Human Capital Development Conference 2019

Many companies are driving towards the future with talents built for the yester-years. To evolve, we need to drive transformation in this unprecedented environment...

HR Festival Asia 2019