TrainingGearAsia’s first of three Readers’ Choice Awards in 2018 highlighted how its programmes are able to engage entire workforces.
The new agreement will help to revitalise Japan’s workforce, which is starting to struggle as the population ages out.
The Management Development Institute of Singapore’s business programmes have been judged top of the class by HRM Magazine Asia readers.
Henkel’s Singapore President Thomas Holenia explains how a culture of continuous learning can add value to every employee – and HR themselves.
The Chief People Officer of Thailand’s “national champion” company Thai Beverage has had an impressive career journey so far.
A new report explores the fundamental role civil aviation plays for today’s society and addresses the economic impact of this global industry.
Employees at Lendlease dedicated more than 1,300 volunteer hours in just one day, across seven different community outreach projects.
Resource Solutions was voted as the People’s Choice when it comes to client service in the highly-competitive recruitment space.
The Chief People Officer for Singapore’s national technology agency is all about keeping the human element in the new world of work.
Following a difficult few years amid competition and rising costs, StarHub is looking to diversify into new businesses.
The Fair Work Commission has introduced a clause that mandates justification by any employer denying flexible working requests.
Sciente International came out trumps in the closely contested category to be named HRM Magazine Asia readers’ choice for the third year running.
The European nation has been struggling to replenish its skilled workforce, and is hoping the new law will help attract high-calibre talent.
Employees in the region want validation for their individual skills and contributions, a new study has found.
Felicia Teh, regional HR director for Carlsberg in Southeast Asia, has shot up the HR hierarchy – but there’s still much more on her career horizon.
New research shows young people in Taiwan are increasingly interested in pursuing careers in other parts of Asia.
The proposed bill looks to prohibit abuses of contractualisation and labour-only contracting in the Philippines.
Derek Goldberg, Managing Director of Aetna International in Asia-Pacific, reveals the less savoury side of corporate healthcare.
According to recruitment experts, companies now look for candidates who have a good grasp of all the business functions.
With funding and expertise from the likes of Google, the new app Kormo is helping Bangladeshis with job opportunities, work skills, and career advice
Japan is pushing through changes to ensure a far greater number of foreign talents are able to help reduce its domestic manpower shortages.
Frazer Jones is seeking a dedicated HR Information System manager who can help a European FMCG giant develop their presence in Asia.
The Chinese government is looking to promote the digital economy through skills upgrading, and also by attracting skilled foreign workers.
The pharmaceutical giant is restructuring to focus more on personalised medicines, a move that will consolidate more than 2,000 jobs.
Armstrong Craven CEO Tom Mason says the Watch List is in line with his company’s promise to clients: to always attract the best ‘senior and scarce talent’.
HRM Magazine Asia is set to unveil its highly-anticipated list of next-generation HR leadership talent from across Southeast Asia.
At the recent World Economic Forum, Alibaba’s Jack Ma warned that trade tensions between China and US could continue for as many as 20 years.
Yorelle Kalika of Active Global Caregivers explains how it navigated the chronic shortage of talent within the eldercare sector.
According to World Bank experts, there has been income stagnation in the Philippines since the turn of the millenium.
Taiwan is eyeing Southeast Asia to replenish talent and expertise lost to Beijing – and to cope with the problems of an ageing population.