Companies hope this will improve productivity.
Companies, however, will be challenged to fill roles with the right talent.
With U.S. inflation reaching its fastest pace since 1982, HR leaders must be prepared to address pay fairness in their organizations — regardless of whether they are adjusting wages.
Regional companies continue to pay lower DevOps salaries despite saying they’re harder to find.
IT and multimedia development are top PMET jobs.
Besides a tight labor market, inflation is another key reason.
A new study noted that overall median salary increases projected to average 5.4% across Asia in 2022 despite divergent economic recoveries.
Instead, SEA companies need to proactively improve their employee engagement and manage their talent pipeline.
Critical skill gaps are making tech talent extremely valuable.
It’s time to stop checking the annual appraisal box and start measuring performance beyond productivity “outputs."
CFOs have a complex task ahead in identifying where employee-related costs could rise and fall as work models shift. Five data insights surface emerging trends.
Employers continue to give gig working the cold shoulder at the risk of becoming irrelevant.
Employee cost-reduction strategies were a common response to pandemic budget concerns, but data show it was targeted talent investment that paid off.
COVID-19 showed that solving pre-pandemic workforce headaches with digital does not make you a sure winner during the pandemic. Just ask Deputy.