Features

HRM Magazine takes a critical look at the advantages serviced apartments still have over both hotels and Airbnb.
Phan Yoke Fei, Director of HR and Corporate Administration, Gardens by the Bay, offers his insights.
In Part Two of our special job-hopping feature, we explore whether this act is prevalent within HR circles and the Asia-Pacific region in particular.
Seng Hua Hng Foodstuff, renowned for its traditional delicacies, is determined not to fall prey to obsolete manpower practices. HRM Magazine finds out more.
Singapore HR practitioners now have the chance to have their skills and knowledge formally certified.
Dutch life sciences company DSM’s commitment to innovation has seen the organisation take a progressive position on diversity and inclusion.
Maggie Sun, HR Director of GlassPoint Solar China, says the pivot of the company's strong culture is in its core values of being "SHARP".
Job hopping is not the red flag that it once was for recruiters and the onus is on HR to prevent their best staff from seeking out greener pastures.
Stephane Michaud, Senior Director of Human Link Asia, makes his case on why HR professionals should tap onto science and research.
Behavioural economics, unlike traditional economics, states that individuals don't always make rational choices, even if it harms them.
HRM Asia's Readers' Choice Awards is back bigger than ever, with 110 HR service providers competing in 34 categories.
It’s not the usual recipe, but for Hari V. Krishnan, CEO of the PropertyGuru Group, it is failure that truly breeds success.