The majority of Asian employees say that without major backing from the government and employers, older workers will have a tougher time staying employed. So reports HRM Asia, citing a survey by Randstad Hong Kong.
South Korean lawmakers recently introduced a bill to cut back work hours from 68 hours to 52 hours a week to address the country's notorious workaholic culture. So reports UPI.
The top 100 public companies in Singapore have seen a 20% increase in the number of women appointed to boards of directors from 2016 to 2017. So reports the Singapore Diversity Action Committee.
Empathy may not be a priority for some managers, but it would be wise for them to reevaluate that stance if they want to be better leaders. So reports Entrepreneur India.
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