Asia Pacific

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Upskilling in Asia Pacific – By prioritising external talent over upskilling, many are missing out on potential benefits

Learning and development is seen as vital, but its quality must improve Learning and development (L&D) is an essential part of any job, with 70% of surveyed employees based in APAC seeing opportunities for L&D as important when considering a new job role. L&D can offer an array of benefits to employees and teams – … Continue reading

Asia-Pacific / Economic growth is not generating sufficient decent and productive employment says the Asian Development Bank

One reason why the region continues to experience significant levels of poverty and rising inequality is that economic growth is not generating sufficient decent and productive employment. This is due to the nature of growth and the pattern of structural change in many countries in which workers move from agriculture into low-productivity services Continue reading

Asia-Pacific / 67 percent of employees work from home

Sixty-seven percent of employees work from home, according to the VMware New Way of Life 2013 study that shows the use of personal technology is eliminating the boundary between separate work lives and personal lives. Findings of the study are based on a research conducted by Acorn Research across 12 Asia-Pacific countries/regions. Survey respondents are … Continue reading

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