TrainingGearAsia was a worthy winner of this new category, giving the company a record three Readers’ Choice Awards in 2018.
Fullerton Health outscored its rivals to claim the Best Corporate Wellness Provider trophy at the HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards in 2018
Nanyang Technology University’s PACE College believes every organisation should have the chance to seize the advantages that digital literacy can bring.
South Korean firms are adopting blind hiring for select positions, so that they focus more on skills and performance.
Taiwan solar firms are seeking to survive the industry downturn by cutting jobs as part of efforts to streamline production.
Juliana Ang, Chief HR Officer at NTUC Income, talks about how transformation is really about shaping culture and mindsets.
Resorts World Sentosa celebrated two awards at the Readers’ Choice Awards in 2018. The first was for Best Corporate MICE Venue.
South Korean government looks to tackle unemployment and beef up efforts in creating new jobs while easing regulations on big companies.
The Head of Employee Experience at Malaysian telecom Maxis is a digital transformation specialist with a string of successes.
Hong Kong’s employee engagement has declined over the last three years, in contrast to regional and global trends.
Proposed measures to mitigate problems of Japan’s ageing population have not gone down well with some locals.
As Jacinta Quah explains, empowering women isn’t just about gender equality – it’s also good for the business.
Kaplan Professional was voted the best corporate-level training provider in the 2018 edition of the HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards
Olam International’s Regional Head of HR for Southeast Asia has a technology background, but says HR is where he can have the biggest impact.
This follows allegations that a syndicate of recruiting agents monopolised the recruitment of Bangladeshi workers.
Even as Industry 4.0 transforms the way we work, how can Malaysian organisations best position themselves?
BIPO Service was named the best payroll solution by the majority of HRM Magazine Asia’s HR professional audience in the 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards.
Study shows that more still needs to be done to address the gap in effectively turning data into useable information.
The space is part of the firm’s intent to spearhead the future of work and enhance staff experience through technology and innovation.
Boosting female participation in the workplace will help bolster economy more than increasing the hiring of male employees.
Norazlina Idris, Head of HR & Development, Total E&P Borneo BV, has steadily worked her way up the HR ranks in Brunei.
The prospect of getting a job overseas continues to be a challenge for South Koreans., with Japan being the most popular destination.
For the fourth year running, the Marketing Institute of Singapore was voted best among the corporate-level learning and development providers.
Rudy Afandi, HR director for General Electric in Indonesia, has developed a respectable body of HR work around the region.
Most professionals like listening to music at work and are more productive when they do, a new survey shows.
As AI and automation take root, a new and invaluable workplace currency has emerged – the emotional economy.
It is hoped that the artificial islands will provide space to ease Hong Kong’s lack of housing.
Regional talent assessment consultancy Talent Plus was honoured for its corporate-level leadership programme in the Readers’ Choice Awards.
Vietnam’s labour force increased by more than half a million people over the first three quarters of 2018, coinciding with a slight increase to the average wage.
TrainingGearAsia was voted by HRM Asia readers as the best in talent development for the third year in a row in 2018. Here’s why.