Features

Two C-Suite leaders from British Telecom and SATS Ltd respectively offer their insights.
As part of our In-Depth feature on mental wellbeing in the workforce, HRM Magazine looks specifically at the changing focus in Singapore.
Singapore-based author and consultant Jane Horan says HR professionals need to find time for their own reflective career conversations.
What began as a confectionery sensation has grown into one of Southeast Asia’s largest food and beverage consortiums.
Elsa Koh from Coca-Cola Singapore Beverages says a robust rewards programme allow firms to become employers of choice.
John Belchamber from the OrgDev Institute shares how HR should effectively operate in an increasingly complex and disruptive marketplace.
Employee wellbeing has long been an important part of HR’s daily remit, but the spotlight is now increasingly on mental wellbeing.
Rohaya Roslee of Dow Chemical Pacific in Southeast Asia, shares how an increase in employee engagement can be linked to increased revenue growth.
In part two of our HR Country Report on South Korea, we share how the government is planning to eradicate the rampant practice of hiring based on looks.
Deepthi Vishnumahanti, Regional HR Manager, NHST Media Group, shares four key employee life stages that organisations should pay attention to.
Both customer and employee experience are key to maintaining market share, says V.R. Srivatsan, Managing Director, Adobe Southeast Asia.
Unconscious bias, if left unchecked, can thrive and influence key decisions that ultimately stymie diversity, and unknowingly shape an organisation’s culture.