Time after time, employee wrongdoing and director mismanagement create hardship for not only the victim and the company, but also for the executive team. If the directors and officers are unprotected, they can incur substantial financial losses and legal issues.
Today’s corporate leaders have never faced more pressure. From digital disruptions to fickle employees, they are expected to manage an expanding array of external uncertainties and internal risks. Receiving confidential support from a peer mentor can help them to more quickly and effectively meet the challenges of their role.
Long celebrated as a tourist destination, Australia is maturing into a business hub for the Asia-Pacific region. The country’s geographic location and streamlined regulations make it a strategic base for Western companies expanding into the East. As global power continues to shift towards Asia-Pacific, Australia is well-positioned to facilitate the transition.
Hong Kong’s unemployment rate recently hit a 20-year low. Attracting and retaining the city’s best talent - already a challenge - just became even more competitive.
Automation is changing corporate roles and responsibilities, creating new opportunities for professionals to work with greater skill and flexibility. Companies that proactively embrace this change can expect to benefit from more agility and productivity.
The potential benefits of flexible work are well documented around the world. Emboldened by the trust of their employer, employees are more productive and happier. Employers retain their best talent for longer and generate stronger results. For Asia’s employers seeking a competitive edge in today’s talent market, flexible work is a trend too valuable to ignore.
Through domestic reforms, natural resources and structural advantages, Vietnam has become an Asian manufacturing hub and one of the fastest-growing economies in Southeast Asia.
Vietnam has become a leading destination for Chinese tourists in recent years, reflecting deepening economic ties between the two countries.