As Armstrong Craven’s Jon Stephansen reports, the demand for digital talent is coming from a diverse range of industries.
Alexander Roche, CEO of Androgogic, says the latest Learning Management Systems might look the same, but they have much more functionality.
The results of HRM Asia’s digital learning research study shows that there is a gap between aspirations and actual investment.
Strategically developed non-monetary benefits are now a key tool in HR’s battle for improved staff retention.
Do HR leaders in Asia have the skills and resources to truly take advantage of the digital age? HRM Magazine Asia investigates
Catch up on www.hrmasia.com’s top stories for April, 2018, right here. We’ve got everything from firebombs in the office, to flexible everyday dress codes.
A new, monthly networking opportunity attracted more than 50 HR professionals to its inaugural event in Singapore.
Real estate company CBRE’s Tokyo office was designed with collaboration and flexi-work in mind.
Microsoft Hong Kong’s completely function-based workspace is what got it onto our effective workplace design list.
Our list also includes start-ups like online retailer Shopee, whose Singapore office would give the big boys a run for their money.
We take a look at advertising agency Leo Burnett Hong Kong in this edition of Asia’s Most Effective Workspaces.
Leadership development is one of MedcoEnergi’s greatest long-term HR challenges. How does it build a steady talent pipeline?
Every organisation is looking to drive cost efficiencies in the present business environment – but perhaps none more so than MedcoEnergi.
Rohaya Roslee of Dow Chemical Pacific in Southeast Asia, shares how an increase in employee engagement can be linked to increased revenue growth.
Rob Gosney, Head of Rewards – Growth Markets at Philips Lighting, says the individual context plays a key role when crafting rewards.