Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Singapore’s Corporate and Institutional Banking industry flourishing

  As the massive scope of Mainland China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has started taking shape, companies in Singapore are looking to see how...

Technology Companies in Asia-Pacific Raise Hiring Expectations

Technology companies across Asia-Pacific are reporting more optimistic hiring plans, according to new data from Radford, a division of Aon plc. The percentage of technology companies...

Malaysia observes steady decline in demand for banking talent

The latest figures for online hiring of banking and finance talent in Malaysia were devoid of any positive growth momentum, according to data provided...

How to Retain Key Talent

  As Hays, the world’s largest specialist recruiter, celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, Alistair Cox, Hays CEO, looks at the reasons why so many...

Singapore re-enters the top 20 most expensive locations in the world

Singapore has re-entered the global top 20 most expensive cities in the world in the latest cost of living survey published by ECA International,...

Singapore’s National Wages Council suggests S$50-S$70 pay hike, one-off bonus for...

Amid the pick-up in economic conditions, the National Wages Council (NWC) has recommended that low-wage workers earning a basic monthly salary of up to...

Malaysia’s workforce want to leverage demand for their skills to win...

Salary expectations amongst Malaysia’s employees are on the rise, yet most employers are planning to award only modest increases this year, according to recruiting...

75% of Malaysian Mothers Quit Their Jobs Due to a Lack...

An annual study by Monster Malaysia reveals a majority of local employers still haven’t embraced flexible working policies, meaning new mothers find returning to...

Dr M expects to be sworn in as PM by 5pm...

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad announced at a press conference today that he expects to be sworn in as prime minister by the Yang Di...

Singapore Ministry of Manpower to Focus on Retraining and Redeploying of...

Singapore’s incoming Minister of Manpower, Josephine Teo said the ministry’s key focus year would be to introduce more programmes to retrain and redeploy workers...

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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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AI Could Improve Worker Productivity

  Artificial Intelligence could improve worker productivity but career security fears must be alleviated. Recruiting experts, Hays says Artificial Intelligence (AI) could provide a boost to...

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Human Resource Dual Conference 2018

Globally, as companies reimagine the future of work, they must bring an understanding of how the workforce is changing and be careful not to...

HR Transformation Asia 2018