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Philanthropy with a passion

Consumer goods conglomerate Proctor & Gamble is sharing its marketing expertise with a number of non-profit and non-government organisations, helping them to raise awareness through an employee-driven, skills-based volunteering initiative called Beyond Borders: Fingerprints.
Kelvin Ong - 07 Mar 2017
“With great power, comes great responsibility,” the popular expression notes. Being entrusted with greater autonomy to make decisions can increase an employee’s sense of ownership towards their work, which in turn drives productivity, as HRM Asia reveals
Paul Howell - 28 Feb 2017
In the third part of our State of the HR Profession in 2017 report, senior HR leaders share some of the key challenges they expect to encounter this year.
Kelvin Ong - 28 Feb 2017
With the high incompletion rates of massive online open courses and other online training solutions, organisations are feeling hard-pressed to explore more interactive and engaging programmes. Experts say one new opportunity is in virtual reality training, as HRM Asia studies the pros and cons of this approach.
Sham Majid - 28 Feb 2017
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.
Paul Howell - 21 Feb 2017
In the second part of our State of the HR Profession in 2017 report, we look at some out-of-the-box ideas proposed by senior HR leaders that could make the field become more strategic and business-focused.
HRM Asia - 21 Feb 2017
Prof Sattar Bawany, CEO & Certified C-Suite Master Executive Coach of Centre for Executive Education (CEE), shares why it may be time for organisations to think of their employees first before their customers and explains why leadership can impact the organisational culture.

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