Join HRM Magazine Asia’s Yamini Chinnuswamy for Microsoft’s #FutureOfWork Summit on May 7 – a special virtual livestream event.
With just 12 days until the region’s biggest HR and technology conference, HRM Asia is counting down the seven key reasons to be a part of HR Festival Asia.
With just 13 days until the region’s biggest HR and technology conference, HRM Asia is counting down the seven key reasons to be a part of HR Festival Asia.
At Shopee, every employee is seen an individual with their own personal style and needs, which are accommodate as best as possible.
A study into the fast-changing relationship that Asia-based HR leaders have with technology is due to wrap up on Tuesday next week.
In this exclusive chat, Deepak Bansal, OCBC’s Vice-President of Analytics, highlights why employee data is a new frontier for HR.
If you are looking to eat, play, explore, and simply live like a local, you can do it in style with Far East Hospitality’s Village Residences.
With just 14 days until the region’s biggest HR and technology conference, HRM Asia is counting down the seven key reasons to be a part of HR Festival Asia.
Here are five tips for organisations grappling with how modernise their their recruitment processes and continue to attract the best talent.
The April-May 2019 issue of HRM Magazine Asia is available – click through for all the latest features, interviews, and research.
Worried for your job at the top of your organisation’s HR tree? Emerging tech commentator John Sumser says there are 12 reasons you might be right.
When a more humble CEO leads the company, collaboration, information sharing, and a common purpose are likely to follow.
How AI will give rise to a hyper-intelligent workforce, and how the reduction of the need for work will impact society.
Options for flexible workplaces which offer the opportunity for stronger morale, better productivity, and breakthrough innovation.
Chinmay Sharma, the Director of People and Culture at Philip Morris Malaysia, discusses the role of HR in pushing for change.
Organisations must find a way to harness the power of digital technologies in a positive way, and IT professionals are key to doing so.
The impressive ranking is due to Singapore boasting one of the region’s most progressive and conducive approaches to AI.
Organisations’ corporate travel policies have not been updated to meet the needs of female employees, despite the dangers they face.
A new analysis highlights the top sought-after skills for software, web and media developer job positions in Singapore.
When measuring leadership, we should not only assess its direct impact to an individual, but also its indirect impact – the ripple effect.
The logistic industry’s ability to allow employees to strike a work-life balance has been key in terms of long-term talent attraction.
As the digital era cements itself in organisational discourse, one-on-one coaching is being utilised to help leaders face the new and unexpected challenges.
Foodpanda, the on-demand international food delivery service, has recently implemented new employee benefits for 2019.
Hiring and keeping the best talents is important, as employees seek stable companies that meet their requirements for professional growth.
Henkel has launched a digital upskilling initiative for its 53,000 employees around the world, to meet the demands of digitalisation.
Businesses want to gain the positive impacts of coaching, but also need to be able to accurately measure its benefits to ascertain its effectiveness
Josh Bersin, the internationally-renowned thought leader and industry analyst, recently took the time to record a short podcast for HRM Asia.
There are three aspects that will make a big impact on the industry this year: technology, corporate culture, and workplace diversity.
Keeping employees engaged and happy will allow organisations to capitalize on the transformative potential of Robotic Process Automation.
Grab plans to double the number of staff in Singapore to 3,000 next year. This will coincide with its shift into its new headquarters.