Organisations in Asia, as with elsewhere in the world, cannot function effectively without a well-organised and responsive workforce. Labour disturbances can, therefore, quickly throw a company’s operations into turmoil. In our Special Report on Employment this month, we hear why it is imperative for organisations to prepare for potential employment disputes at the earliest possible moment, and how companies in China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan and Thailand can keep their internal engines running smoothly.
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