HR News & opinion articles

17 August 2015
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Q&A: Craig Cochrane: “We’ve set up an executive committee of millennials”

The senior vice president of HR at Mövenpick Hotels explains why ‘old, grey men’ shouldn’t be making all the decisions

Finding a way home for Myanmar’s workplace repatriates

HR faces the challenge of managing a flood of qualified professionals returning home after military rule

Employees in Singapore fear they lack the right equipment for the digital age

Staff want to collaborate with their colleagues but often don’t have the right tools

Asia making “significant strides” in automation – but the rise of the robots is not welcomed by everyone

While some jobs will disappear, entirely new roles that don’t exist yet could be created

HR headlines from the UK

From the Queen’s speech to dogs in the office, here’s what’s been happening this week

Discrimination against pregnant employees in Singapore falling, but not yet eradicated

Recent case of female worker being fired while pregnant brings issue into the spotlight

Expats warned to get tax affairs in order – or risk not being allowed to leave Malaysia

More than RM213 million is owed by those who have left the country since 2012

Gender gap is one of the most pressing challenges facing the labour market, says ILO

Increasing female workforce participation could add US$ 3.2 trillion to the Asia-Pacific economy

Flexible hours are the biggest draw for Hong Kong jobseekers, finds survey

Employers across Asia increasingly finding desire for modern working practices among staff and candidates

HR headlines from the UK

What’s been happening in the UK this week, from men struggling to switch off to staff missing out on £3bn a year