The phasing out of third-party cookies is regarded as an opportunity 64% of consumers are more comfortable engaging with brands directly
AI is no threat, says most Malaysian employees 28% likely to change employers in next 12 months PwC released its Global Workforce Hopes and Fears Survey 2023, where 19,500 Asia Pacific employees participated with 1,500 from Malaysia.
A Sophos survey found 93% of organisations across Asia Pacific and Japan find the execution of some essential security operation tasks, such as threat hunting, challenging.
76% APAC firms accept digital certifications as substitutes for bachelor’s Firms that hire advanced digital workers have 150% higher revenues
Job movers will likely garner salary rises of 15% to 20% Employers create employee retention initiatives to cater to lifestyle needs [Ed Note: An earlier headline gave the wrong % and cited employees instead of employers. The mistakes are regretted.]
Telstra has published research identifying how APAC business decision makers are rethinking their operations and work arrangements to benefit both employers and employees in the hybrid work era.
Increased preference to shop at merchants that accept cashless payment options Visa concludes shift to using more digital payments in Malaysia is here to stay
A new study suggests that employees in Asia Pacific and Japan are no stranger to remote work and can embrace it as the new normal, but there are still a lot for employers to do in order to improve the trend.
Christmas generates most amount of shopping buzz in Southeast Asia Shopee leads in share of voice in Indonesia, Lazada in Malaysia and Amazon in Singapore
Report finds that fraudsters generally prefer to strike when no one is looking Businesses need to remain more vigilant and observant of transactions that occur outside of normal business hours