Workplace technology commentator John Sumser ponders an age where the intelligence of groups, teams, and organsiations is focused on.
As protests in Hong Kong continue, many global companies are launching contingency plans for their businesses and employees.
There are just a few slots remaining for nominees in HRM Asia’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards. Don’t miss out on the chance to be part of the action.
A LinkedIn report highlights the distinct word choices that can discourage women from applying for jobs.
A strong employer brand starts from the first moment a candidate interacts with the organisation – as the startup team behind mathilda® explains.
US-based HR technology commentator Bill Kutik offers a personalised review of “Nine Lies about Work”, the latest book from Marcus Buckingham.
“Agile”, a design framework invented for software developers, has now landed in HR. And it’s transforming absolutely everything.
Robotic process automation may provide the bridge between manual processes and the artificial intelligence that is on the horizon.
In an unrelated civil court case, a former HR leader at IBM has said that massive layoffs were part of an effort to appeal to millennial talent.
The Chief People Officer of Singapore-based Everise explains why diversity efforts sometimes fail, as well as the Everise approach to inclusion.
New tools allow companies to put their workers under the microscope like never before – but are the insights worth the implications for trust and privacy?
Paul Cobban, Chief Data and Transformation Officer for DBS Bank, highlights the seven vital skills that bankers will need in the era of Industry 4.0.
New research shows that teams that most impact on the output of an organisation. Here’s how HR and technology can help their development.
There’s a big focus on business transformation at the moment, but research from DDI reveals that the HR department is itself in need of change.
Grace Ho, who leads Commvault in Southeast Asia and Asia-Pacific, shares some insights from a long career of change management.
Professor Richard R. Smith, of Singapore Management University, reveals some key insights into the burgeoning Chief HR Officer role.
Sara Cheng, CEO of Fuji Xerox Singapore, outlines her approach to enabling and empowering the teams that will deliver business success.
The July-August issue of HRM Magazine Asia is now available online. Check out the contents, including a full wrap of HR Festival Asia, here.
Matthew Durham, with Simmons & Simmons, says the law on sexual harassment in Mainland China is rapidly catching up to societal change.
Retention is increasingly becoming tied to the strength of an organisation’s teams, which in turn have the ability to power business success.
Singapore’s Central Provident Fund payment rules can be confusing. TMF Group’s Aileen Ng shares some of the places where HR can go wrong.
New research from Gartner shows indecision at the hiring stage could be costing organisations much more than just first chance at the best talent.
Luke McNeal, from Workplace by Facebook, says the millennial generation has fundamentally changed how employers attract and retain staff.
David Fairhurst, Corporate EVP, Global Chief People Officer of McDonald’s Corp, offers some key advice for HR leaders, based on his own extensive career.
To seize the opportunities that digitalisation brings, it is essential to equip employees with the right skills by digital training and digital upskilling.
A new report has found India now has 3.3 million people employed in flexible, or contract, roles, with the population set to grow even more.
The world may be more digitally connected, but that hasn’t slowed down the need for business travel. Ascott is expanding its brand portfolio in response.
A cultural audit can help HR make onboarding more meaningful and effective, says Lilith Christiansen of software developer SilkRoad.
A new study has found that professional workers in Nairobi value company-sponsored healthcare above all other corporate benefits.
A dynamic labor market is emerging for aspiring CHROs. Dan Hawkins and Kim Shanahan offer their advice for those first taking on the role.