Under Singapore’s Fair Consideration Framework, companies have to ensure locals have equal chance at vacant positions as foreign professionals.
Meetings are a necessary part of any organisation. Here are some ways to help your teams get the most out of them.
Following employee protests, and despite financial difficulties, the Indian carrier has decided not to slash employee salaries.
The futuristic goggles will provide workers that wear them with key information – but will also collect data on them.
Technological advances have seen an increasing trend towards borderless digital nomadism, especially in the workplace.
A regional director with a pest control firm has won one of the first test cases of France’s new “right to disconnect” laws.
Angela Williamson says her former employer fired her for expressing controversial political opinions across social media.
A new Harvard University study suggests that open offices might actually be less conducive to face-to-face interaction than thought.
Universal Robots and Singapore’s e2i are partnering to provide training in robotics solutions and automation equipment.
Catch up on hrmasia.com’s top stories for July 2018. They include a post-Pink Dot report on LGBTQ workers in Singapore, and an interview with Cirque du Soleil.
HR leaders must nurture a sense of curiosity and compassion, in order to avoid the growing risk of professional burnout.
Perpetual Guardian’s six-week trial saw an overall improvement in workforce productivity.
How to get started on creating a workplace that people love to come to everyday.
Why paperless technology is central to digital transformation.
The robot revolution poses both opportunities and challenges for the human resource management function.
A new HSBC report unveils six new roles that will require human intelligence in the robotics and automation-led workplace of the future.
Catch up on hrmasia.com’s top stories for June 2018. This month: Samsonite CEO’s CV fraud, employee recognition, and more.
Pairing senior executives with younger employees can be beneficial – here’s how HR can help talent get the most out of such mentorships.
Josh Heniro, Director of Southeast Asia Operations at the Institute of Management Accountants, talks about bridging the skills gap in the financial sector.
The proposed “Shining Monday” scheme in Japan will give qualified workers one morning off per month.
One of the world’s largest media organisations is seeking a Regional Head of HR for Southeast Asia.
Business acumen is one of the most important skills for HR practitioners to have, writes Pallavi Srivastava, Asia-Pacific Talent Partner, Global Technology Services, IBM.
Laurence Smith speaks to DBS’ chief innovation officer Neal Cross about building a start-up-inspired innovation team.
Carlos Estrada says Asia’s gig economies are well placed to self-regulate, provided the right guidelines and enforcement mechanisms are developed.
Meghal Goradia, Senior HR Business Partner at Advanced Micro Devices Singapore, gets candid.
Chief Innovation Officer of DBS Bank Neal Cross speaks one-on-one with Laurence Smith.
Japan is looking to significantly increase its foreign workforce, with the government creating new classes of work permits for specific target industries.
In this exclusive interview, the newly-appointed Chief People Officer of Thai conglomerate CP Group Kulshaan Singh shares how he plans to be a bridge between the business and its people.
Ross Sparkman, Facebook’s head of Strategic Workforce Planning, shares a few tips for organisations looking to develop their own strategic roadmaps.
Self-proclaimed “activist” investment fund group Blue Orca accused the CEO of Samsonite of résumé fraud, with Ramesh Tainwala stepping down in response.