The CEO of Indosuez Wealth Management shares how the company looked to merge two people cultures after acquiring another company.
Thousands of new jobs are expected to be created as the result of the US$1 billion deal to invest in Saudi Arabia’s retail fuel market.
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According to a UN report, global unemployment dropped last year compared to 2017, but many workers are still gripped by poverty.
The CIO Academy’s Ramakrishna (right) and Joanna Bush, of HRM Asia, have signed a memorandum of understanding for a continuing partnership
Data from the placements of Indian business school graduates for the current year reveals that average starting salaries have increased by 20%.
It is clear that diversity and inclusion has a part to play in helping businesses to navigate and prosper from digital transformation.
16 individuals and 21 organisations from across Asia-Pacific have been nominated as part of the inaugural HR Fest Awards
HR leaders say companies must drive a cultural shift locally to improve diversity and inclusion, rather than focusing on hard targets.
OCBC Bank’s Head of Learning and Development chats exclusively with HRM Magazine Asia about the outlook for 2019.
Mitsui Chemicals Asia-Pacific in Singapore invites candidates at career fairs to make a preliminary online submisison, rather than submit paper CVs.
Bank governor Philip Lowe told parliament low income growth across most of the workforce is hurting the wider economy.
To get the most out of a multi-generational workforce, organisations need to find ways to develop synergy between employees.
The government of Indonesia will invest substantially this year to improve the employability of country’s workforce.
Both employer and employee must understand the value of upskilling and continuous training, and prioritise these accordingly.
Change is difficult enough from a personal perspective, but at an organisational level, it requires immense effort from all levels.
Shopee’s Head of Regional Operations and People weighs in on how the successful startup has grown its talent base in a competitive market.
How organisations can help their workforces learn new digital skills quickly and effectively, and thus develop a responsive mindset.
But despite clear benefits in adopting the technology, less than half of Asia-Pacific organisations have embarked on their AI journeys.
Google’s Job Search has launched in the Philippines, and featured some half-a-million job listings on its initial day.
It’s now the Year of the Pig, according to the Chinese calendar. With that in mind, here are some HR tech trends for this pig new year.
SAP SE has appointed Andy Watson as Senior Vice President and General Manager for SAP Concur in the Asia-Pacific region.
PeopleStrong has established its regional office in Singapore, with the aim of covering all the major countries of Asia-Pacific.
The February 2019 edition of HRM Magazine Asia is available – click through for all the latest features, interviews, and research.
Digital leadership skills are still lacking in the region, even though they will be essential to any organisation looking to thrive in Industry 4.0.
SG$1 billion has been earmarked in Singapore’s budget for the coming year to help companies transform, and $3.6 billion to help workers.
A survey has found that almost half of Japanese towns and cities may not be properly equipped to provide for an influx of foreign workers.
In this new edition of HRM Five, we discuss how organisations make intelligent business and HR decisions through people analytics and data.
In this new exclusive column, Josh Bersin reveals some fascinating ways that artificial intelligence is being used to revamp recruitment.
Five million Myanmar nationals heading overseas as migrant labourers as job prospects in the country are limited and salaries remain low.