We talk to three HR professionals about the merits of omitting personally identifiable information on CVs
Almost half of US firms in the Philippines said they regularly receive requests from workers in other parts of the world to work there
Racist comments have seen a union leader sacked from the Singapore National Trade Union Congress
Business executives say that they are expecting the world’s technology innovation centre to shift in the next four years
Mental illness is a bigger barrier to employment than having a physical disability, a new report has found.
In a nation of more than a billion people, HR professionals are complaining of a talent shortage
Singapore is intending to develop a talent pipeline for firms going to Latin America
The number of US start-ups founded by immigrants has begun to drop
More Chinese workers are fighting back against employer abuse and poor working conditions
Contract work has been on the rise for 15 years. HRM Asia looks at how this global trend has affected that region.
With work from home requests on the rise, legal advisers are warning employers to carefully consider the legal extension of workplace health and safety laws.