Top western brands seek meeting with Hun Sen over police firing on workers striking over low wages, killing three
Dozens of the world's biggest clothing brands, including Adidas, Nike, H&M, Primark, Marks & Spencer, Tesco and Walmaart, have demanded Cambodia's prime minister explain the use of "deadly force" against striking factory workers.
The Australian government is seeking ways to improve worker-employer relations in the services sector.
Assistant Minister for Employment Luke Hartsuyker met with the Australian Retailers Association (ARA) in Melbourne to ensure that Job Services Australia (JSA) is more efficient and effective.
“This government is committed to targeting employment programmes appropriately at job seekers and employers,” Hartsuyker said.
The meeting with ARA executives was meant to listen to their ideas on how to remove barriers to employment participation.
Twenty-first-century innovation is taking place at the intersection of the digital and physical worlds, where the use of Big Data and analytics has radically changed the business landscape. Retailers are now expected to connect to customers not just in stores but via the web, on mobile devices and even over social media networks. They use data analytics to better understand their customers through these interactions, and they adopt the newest technologies to best serve them.
China's mainland led salary increases among five major Asian economies last year, driven by impressive economic growth and upgraded demands for talented workers, recruiting company Hays said in a report on Thursday.
Of those surveyed, 66 percent of employers in China's mainland gave a salary increase above 6 percent last year, compared with an overall 29 percent in Asian economies including China's mainland, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and Japan, Hays said after surveying 2,600 employers and placements made by the company.
In fulfilling online orders, Amazon.com Inc. is all about expediency. The fewer people involved the better. But when it comes to filling higher-level jobs, the e-commerce giant is in no rush—and it has a gantlet of people, dubbed "bar raisers," who must sign off on would-be hires.
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Tyco Retail Solutions (www.tycoretailsolutions.com), a leading provider of retail performance and security solutions, today announced its Sensormatic anti-theft source tagging program achieved an industry milestone, protecting 50 billion consumer products worldwide -- five billion in apparel alone.
A clothing manufacturer behind some iconic Australian fashion labels has implemented Australia’s first source tag recirculation program utilising Sensormatic Acousto-Magnetic (AM) technology.
Hong Kong's retail industry has been facing a tightening manpower situation in recent years, a new report said on Tuesday.
From 2003 to June 2013, the number of persons engaged in the retail industry increased 27.2 percent from 208,000 to 264,800, according to the Report of Hong Kong Task Force on Manpower Development of the Retail Industry. Over the same period, the number of vacancies has more than quadrupled to about 8,100 in June 2013 and the vacancy rate of the sector stood at a relatively high level of 3 percent.
Source Tagging has a large role in revolutionizing retail logistics, store merchandising and loss prevention practices.But the benefits don’t stop there. Tyco also offers an additional service called Visible Source Tag Recirculation.
SAP AG and China's Yunnan Hongxiang Yixintang Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. (Yixintang) recently rolled out an intelligent management solution that is aimed at making the company the industry benchmark for the retail drug industry.