While the general consensus in early 2020 predicted a conservative year for salaries in Asia, no one could have foreseen the true scale of the slowdown on the horizon. As a result, due to the undoubted challenges that businesses have faced in the past year, the 2021 Asia Salary Guide report by leading recruitment experts Hays finds that, while employees are more concerned by salaries than ever, businesses have been forced to cut back in all areas of augmentation.
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ASIA’S EMPLOYEES FACE SALARY AND WORK-LIFE BALANCE DIFFICULTIES, AND MUST UPSKILL TO THRIVE 17 Mar 2021
The last 12 months saw Asia’s working professionals face substantial challenges, as the global pandemic sparked unparalleled adversity and uncertainty. As a consequence, employees are reappraising goals, demands and how they operate in their workplace, according to the 2021 Asia Salary Guide report by leading recruitment experts Hays. 2021 will be a year in which employees will need to come to terms with these dramatic changes in order to thrive and progress.
HARD TIMES AND HOPE WITH ASIA GEARING UP FOR AN UNCERTAIN YEAR AS REVEALED IN THE NEW HAYS ASIA 2021 SALARY GUIDE 17 Mar 2021
2020 opened amidst concerns centring on a constricting global economy, trade enmity, and a general ‘slobalisation’ as countries worldwide turned towards more protectionist practices. However, the pandemic upset all predictions, bringing with it a new set of challenges for companies and their employees to face. But as 2021 begins, though uncertainty remains, according to the 2021 Asia Salary Guide report by leading recruitment experts Hays, there is an underlying hope for the year ahead.