Human Resources spoke with Rob Wells, president of Workday Asia, about how the business is supporting its employees, customers and partners during these challenging times.
They include guidelines on the reopening of cinemas and new set of Safe Management Measures specifically for hotels. Meanwhile, more than 16,000 job opportunities were recently availed to Singaporeans at the inaugural SGUnited Jobs.
Of the 9,102 individuals surveyed across 13 countries, two-thirds said they were pleased with the speed and manner in which their employers had acted in dealing with the crisis.
Gill Meller, the president of Chartered Secretaries shares why the governance profession in Hong Kong is thriving.
Q&A with Conbie Siu, Executive Director at Tricor Staffing Solutions
The great work from home experiment imposed by COVID-19 has seen employees scramble to turn their homes into offices. Does it represent a paradigm shift in where and how we work? That remains to be seen.
Science graduates in Taiwan have the highest salary expectation, with an anticipated annual salary of 551,018 TWD (HK$145,000), while business students expect just 456,930 TWD (HK$120,000) per year
Perspectives on work, management styles and leadership approaches from HR veteran, K Thiveanathan, who draws lessons from his experiences in the aftermath of the SARS epidemic to pull together a checklist for a post-COVID world.
The decrease in happiness was most observed among locals who had either been permanently retrenched due to COVID-19, or were still employed but had to temporarily stop working.
We take a sector-specific approach to tackling the talent challenges of 2020, and beyond, through exclusive interviews with nine leaders across sectors and regional remits in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the region.