'Excessive': Yoon orders revisions of South Korea's working hours reforms

An 'improved plan' in the works as government faces backlash for 69-hour maximum

Are your employees getting dumber?

New study says yes – and here are five reasons why that could be (plus smartphones, of course)

UK puts ‘precautionary ban’ on TikTok on government devices

Government calls it 'prudent and proportionate step' amid reported security risks

Japan employers agree to largest pay hikes in decades — report

Business group urges member companies to 'respond positively' to increase requests

Roles and responsibilities under Singapore Workplace Safety and Health Act

Ministry of Manpower extends heightened safety period for further three months

Fire middle management, reduce costs, get new staff to start in the office

How Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg wants to revitalize Meta

Zuckerberg pushes for more in-person work

'Our hypothesis is that it is still easier to build trust in-person and those relationships help us work more effectively'

Eight in 10 Indian employees OK with lower salary if it means less stress

Organisations urged to foster 'culture of positivity and engagement'

Are AI-triggered layoffs coming soon?

Human resources, web development among roles regarded as vulnerable


Life insurance, retirement not resonating? Aon reveals how to revamp your benefits package


HR veteran discusses recruiting, turnover, new benefits, policies and HR tech for 2023

Do HR practices actually alienate underrepresented candidates?


What are your thoughts on candidates who dramatically alter their CV photo?