WITH hiring demand in the tech sector catching up with demand from the finance industry, Singapore appears well on track to add "tech hub" to its financial-centre status, says a report...

IT'S a rite of spring in Japan: Major corporations hire fresh university graduates en masse every April, starting them all at the same salary with assurances of rising pay and lifetime...

IN MOST developed countries, a retirement of leisure is one of the great socioeconomic innovations of the past century. But it is quickly becoming a luxury that few countries can afford,...

THE labour market continued to improve in the third quarter of this year, but several indicators show hiring may be slowing amid global uncertainties.

CONSTRUCTION activity in the UK grew at the fastest pace in four months in November, spurred by house building and commercial work. But Brexit worries weighed on firms' outlook for the coming...

US firms hired at a rapid pace in October, with strong gains in the services and goods sectors, according to a monthly survey released on Wednesday.

[TOKYO] Japan is investigating claims that ministries routinely overstated the number of disabled people on their staff to meet a legal quota, an official said Wednesday.

[BEIJING] Cash-strapped Tesla Inc has yet to reveal details of the investment needed for its Shanghai plant. But it has already started hiring for the facility.

[LONDON] British employers hired permanent staff last month at the slowest pace since October as a shortage of available workers caused the labour market to slow, a survey of recruitment firms...

MORE Singaporeans and South-east Asians in their 20s to early 30s who have graduated or worked overseas are returning home to work here, recruiters told The Business Times.