Mobility

Keeping up with the times

Talent mobility is set to be a key business issue in the aftermath of global developments last year. The serviced apartment sector, in particular, will be closely monitoring proceedings in 2017. Choe Peng Sum, CEO of Frasers Hospitality, shares his thoughts on how the year could pan out.
Sham Majid - 05 May 2016
As more businesses take advantage of the growing opportunities in emerging markets, an increasing number of employees are finding themselves undertaking assignments in them. HRM examines what considerations need to be taken when sending staff to emerging markets.
Naadiah Badib - 11 Apr 2016
Laying out health activities is a key strategy that Ayam Brand adopts to ensure happy and engaged employees.
Naadiah Badib - 14 Mar 2016
More organisations are sending their employees for health screenings as part of an effort to optimise wellbeing. HRM explores how HR can work with healthcare providers to plan and execute these screenings.
Naadiah Badib - 07 Jan 2016
HRM provides a round-up of the most luxurious serviced residences in Asia, and looks at how service providers are setting the bar higher to create more memorable stays.
Sham Majid - 06 Jan 2016
While technology has long been a key component of the hospitality sector, it has now specifically entered the domain of serviced residences specifically. HRM shares how some accommodation providers are tapping on the latest tech offerings to increase efficiency and improve the overall guest experience.
Sham Majid - 08 Dec 2015
International schooling options can be one of the most important issues for relocating families. HRM shares how international schools are working with HR to ensure international staff can have a peace of mind when it comes to their children’s education