Highly-educated overseas Filipino workers: A double-edged sword for Philippines

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In a world that’s constantly on the move, the Philippines has carved out a unique position as a powerhouse in the export of skilled...

6 in 10 working mothers in SE Asia struggle to find...

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Working mothers in Southeast Asia are increasingly having to learn time management techniques to balance professional and personal demands, according to a leading survey...

Climate change affects health of 70 per cent of the world’s...

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Climate change creates a ‘cocktail’ of serious health hazards for 70 per cent of the world’s workers A “staggering” number of workers, amounting to more...

Malaysian largest career fair goes sustainable

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Malaysia Career and Training Fair (MCTF), the nation's largest and oldest career fair, has gone sustainable. With a steadfast commitment to fostering career development...

HR Asia Awards 2024 kicks off in Vietnam with the theme...

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The HR Asia – Best Companies To Work For In Asia Awards 2024 (HRAA) was officially launched in Vietnam by HR Asia Magazine. With the...

Annual profits from forced labour amount to US$ 236 billion

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The total amount of illegal profits from forced labour has risen by US$64 billion (37 per cent) since 2014, a dramatic increase that has...

Boomer Whoopi Goldberg Bashes Millennial and Gen Z Work Ethics

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In a December episode of "The View, "Whoopi Goldberg sparked controversy with her remarks aimed at Gen Z and millennials, attributing their struggles in...

Female employment improves in numbers and quality in this century

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Although women still have lower employment rates than men and tend to be more present in low-paid jobs, their labour market situation is improving...

Impact of digitalization on work in developing economies

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A new publication on the expansion of digital economic activity in developing economies, published by the International Labour Organization (ILO), examines what digitalization means...

AI’s role in evaluating job prestige and value spotlighted by new...

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New research on how artificial intelligence (AI) evaluates the prestige and social value of occupations has been published by the International Labour Organization (ILO),...

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Women with young children have lower labour force participation rates

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On the occasion of the International Day of Families on May 15th, the ILO explores how family structure impacts women’s and men’s participation in...

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South Korea employment applications from Vietnam exceed quota threefold

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According to the Centre of Overseas Labour, around 45,000 Vietnamese have applied to work abroad in South Korea this year, about three times the...

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9th Malaysian Shared Services and Outsourcing Week

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Venue:  Malaysia Date:    13-16 June 2022 The pandemic has proved the importance of Shared Services, and the demand for Shared Services is rising. Malaysia remains...

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