Japan's willing elderly workers are defusing the country's pension time bomb, writes Kanoko Matsuyama.
Age-of-retirement issues are still contentious as sweet civil service deals contrast with the predicament of our elderly poor, writes Jason Wordie.
Hongkongers love to complain about their Mandatory Provident Fund. The government launched the plan in 2000 to address citizens' retirement needs. It implemented a fully free-market solution,...
The head of security at the city's airport has blamed the introduction of the minimum wage last year for a staffing crisis that pushed frontline staff turnover at the 3,400-strong company to a...
"The MPF was set up in a way that was employer based and it let 250,000 employers determine the providers in order to eliminate administrative burdens.
Earlier this year, a survey of employers found that those who do not offer paternity leave - a large majority - had no intention of introducing it unless the government legislated to make it...
Going by the large numbers, a riot at a Foxconn factory can seem more like crowd violence at a football match. That's not surprising.
Record attempt marks 15 years since handover
Labour groups protested against a proposed HK$2 increase in the minimum wage, at government headquarters on Friday, saying it was too little to keep them abreast of inflation.
Hong Kong's minimum wage mechanism has been put to the test for the first time since a floor was put under the earnings of the lowest paid in May last year.
A teachers' union has accused the Education Bureau of invading pupils' privacy with its new data-collection policy.
Cathay Pacific Airways lost two long-running employment disputes in one day when the top court ruled largely in favour of three flight attendants and 18 former pilots.