Lawmakers, unions and employers increasingly recognize the need to help employees manage working time and leave time. We tell you how to promote employee health and work-life balance while mitigating employee-leave liabilities.
Applying one set of HR policies and procedures across multiple countries of operation is usually a recipe for misunderstandings, low employee morale and reduced profits. Multinationals need to take time to study an unfamiliar culture before hiring employees there. Here are some important areas to consider.
As millennials flood into the global workforce, companies may need to adjust some of their practices to keep these younger workers in their jobs. The first step to retaining them is determining what they value in the workplace.
Canada recently expanded its parental leave policy to provide better work-life balance for families. We explain why the changes are controversial, and we give an overview of family leave benefits from around the world.
A new initiative in Singapore gives employers a framework for offering benefits such as flexible schedules and telecommuting. It's part of a global push for work-life balance, and Singapore authorities believe the initative will improve employee retention rates, productivity and engagement.