The demand for specialised technology and financial skills in Singapore will intensify when five new digital banking licences are handed out.
The Readers Choice Awards 2019 gala ceremony was a huge success. Below are real-time updates of all the winners on the night.
As the region rapidly expands its assets under management, hedge funds are having to offer better incentives to secure suitable staff.
Serving on the board of a public or private company is a fast-track route to becoming the chief executive, as more women rise up the ranks.
To appeal to the younger generation, some employers are turning to Twitter to make it easier for candidates to apply for roles.
The Hong Kong-based airline is offering free economy class tickets to boost morale among employees who suffered during the political protests.
In a new study, HR professionals rank what’s working for them and what’s not when it comes to talent assessment.
A new self-help book, by Tim Castle, collates advice from motivational and psychology best-sellers, along with the entrepreneur’s own experiences.
While it has a reputation as a lean, mean fighting machine of a workforce, the world’s most powerful military is showing its softer side.
A viral workplace video designed to highlight food production employer’s poor health and safety practices reveals one of its secret recipes instead.
Despite the co-working office provider’s problems in the U.S, it is full steam ahead in Singapore as it continues to expand.
This fast-growing sector is already valued at S$20 billion and is creating a plethora of jobs across China and Southeast Asia.
The consulting firm has joined forces with Presence of IT to tap into the rapidly growing labour market in Asia-Pacific.
The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) wants to help refugees secure jobs, starting with a 10-point action plan for employers, governments and the public.
As senior director of event operations at Singapore Sports Hub, Mitch Seeto makes sure his staff hit global standards through constant learning.
Data analytics and artificial intelligence will create a deep and dynamic view of risk that can be used to improve worker health and safety.
As he starts his second term Indonesian President wants to develop the country’s human resources as his top priority.
A growing number of employers are now conducting interviews by text to become more efficient and avoid discrimination.
The owner of Cold Storage, Guardian, Giant and 7-Eleven brands will focus on staff working in its stores and warehouse operations.
The founders of a banking trade union set up in Hong Kong to protect workers talk to HRM Asia about why they set up the group up and its future plans.
Sheldon Yellen is big on engaging with his 9,200 employees so he gives them all hand-written birthday cards, every year.
Australia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore and South Korea will see major boost to economies and job creation from the public cloud.
A new study looking at more than 6,000 private equity deals shows they result in lower salaries and fewer jobs.
Working four days a week has been trialled and tested in many countries, governments and companies with mixed results.
United Overseas Bank launches L&D programmes to prepare staff for the digital future in the rapidly-changing financial services sector.
The region has the highest percentage of women bosses, with Singapore top of the table, according to Credit Suisse.
Former U.S President Barack Obama will be speaking in Singapore about his time in office and his views on leadership.
The Malaysians @ Work programme targets graduates, women and apprentices with incentives for workers and companies to help create 350,000 jobs.
DBS’s chatbot Jim (Job Intelligence Maestro) has shortened the recruitment time and led to better quality candidates for its wealth management team.
As the biggest benefactor of the US-China trade war, Vietnam is feeling the squeeze as companies open manufacturing plants in the country.