With the aim to produce 'a couple of million' masks a month, this plan for its production lines in Singapore comes after the games hardware manufacturer had already converted production lines in China to generate surgical masks.
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Many IT teams in the country are struggling to meet growing employee demands for communications tools, and are further challenged by their organization's directive to prioritze these needs below others.
It appears that hirers in Asia-Pacific don't regard long-term loyalty and retention as a critical component in their talent strategy, prompting questions over how these organizations ensure their long-term survival in the market.
Country's ICT regulator kicks off the first class of its Massive Open Online Course in data sciences and analytics, which attracts more than 350 registrants and is provided by U.S. course provider, Coursera.
Former employee sues the U.S. software vendor for allegedly firing him after he objected to instructions to lower a salary offer to an Indian worker.
India's largest private-sector employer, Tata Consultancy Services is laying the groundwork for what it's touting to be the "world's largest corporate learning and development center", capable of training 50,000 professionals a year.
Nasscom president Som Mittal says U.S. immigration bill remains a concern among Indian tech companies and efforts should continue to urge the U.S. government to rethink its foreign worker policy.
Industry body Nasscom says IT sector will reduce its new hires to 150,000 in the current fiscal year, dragged down by increasing automation and low attrition.
Little Red Dot is also the top Asian market for global professionals from all sectors to work in, and the world's 2nd most popular for those in finance.
Yahoo angered many of its staff when it banned home-working, but this dramatic step--while widely unpopular--may be what it is needed to rebuild employee camaraderie and rebuild a sense of belonging in the ailing company.