For the first time since 1958, France has elected a president with ties to neither of the country’s two main political parties. Here’s a brief look at the economic conditions Emmanuel Macron faces and his employment agenda.
Several trends are making it hard for global employers to hold onto workers, and the problem is not likely to let up soon. But companies with a good understanding of what motivates employees can take steps to increase engagement, upping the odds that workers will stick around.
This week's Global Glance looks at a workplace spanking incident in China, and a survey showing Asia-Pacific as the new epicenter of the world's rich.
Our recent webinar Gateway to Asia: Getting Started in Hong Kong and Singapore encouraged a lot of discussion. There were several interesting questions from attendees for HSP's Asia experts; here are some of the highlights, and answers.
With the holiday season in full swing and 2012 just around the corner, you’ll be hard pressed to find a fully staffed office this time of year at businesses worldwide. And when you’re operating internationally, it’s especially important for you to be aware of the local holidays in the different countries where you are setup, so you can plan accordingly.