Online social networks have made it easier than ever for companies to create and maintain alumni clubs of former employees.
HRM Magazine Asia explores how technology is transforming the way employers and their HR teams approach employee healthcare.
Organisations need to start thinking about how they can catch people who don’t fit into prescribed boxes of “high potential”.
What do employees want in Workplace 4.0? HRM Magazine Asia continues exploring their big concerns, and what employers need to know.
HRM Magazine Asia talks through the changing concerns and expectations of talent in 2019, and how it impacts their employers.
Achal Agarwal, President of Kimberly-Clark in the Asia-Pacific talks about pushing employees to go “simpler, leaner, and faster”.
Achal Agarwal, President of Kimberly-Clark in the Asia-Pacific talks trends, challenges, and embracing the millennial workforce.
We asked some rising stars of HR in Southeast Asia for their views on what’s ahead for employees, organisations – and, of course, HR.
When employees have to slave away at a job, they end up exhausted and disengaged – mental states which are not conducive to creativity or innovation.
Keeping the leadership pipeline robust is a high business priority at Thai conglomerate CP Group, as part of its Industry 4.0 gameplan.
Thai conglomerate CP Group has far-reaching international aspirations, and it is looking to its 300,000 plus workforce to drive these ambitions.
In the second part of our exclusive interview, Josh Bersin talks about the outlook for HR technology, and how HR can evolve beyond service delivery.
In an exclusive interview, Josh Bersin discusses the new people management practices demanded by the volatile new business landscape.
Some of Asia-Pacific’s top HR influencers highlight how being active on online professional networks has helped them be better at their jobs.
Check out what caught readers’ attention over the month of November, from Elon Musk smoking marijuana, to Singapore’s best workplaces.
It might be a mistake for organisations to worry more about the exact time that staff get in, than about the quality and efficiency of their work.
In the second part of this exclusive interview, Bosch Southeast Asia’s HR Director explains how the company looks to the future.
Using technology to impact society is a team effort at Bosch, where each employee is a key part of the company’s transformation journey.
Check out what caught readers’ attention over the month of October, from hi-tech staff lounges to the HRM Asia Watch List.
Halloween isn’t an actual holiday in this part of the world, but organisations can still make use of it to lighten the mood around the office.
The move from Bangkok accompanies the energy giant’s plans to double its Asia-Pacific workforce over the next 10 years.
Employees will now have the opportunity to retire only when they feel ready to do so, keeping their salary and benefits intact until then.
Talk about a wake-up call – employees at a bank branch in China were startled when a giant snake dropped in.
Our final list is a diverse showcase of HR leaders who are on clear upward trajectories towards increasingly strategic and far-reaching roles.
The HR Director for Teledirect Telecommerce in the Philippines is overseeing a rapidly expanding workforce.
Tony Tan brings extensive regional HR experience to his latest role overseeing transformation at a Myanmar conglomerate.
The Chief People Officer of Thailand’s “national champion” company Thai Beverage has had an impressive career journey so far.
Regan Taikitsadaporn, Chief HR Officer for Asia-Pacific at Marriott International, explains how taking care of the business is about taking care of people.
The Chief People Officer for Singapore’s national technology agency is all about keeping the human element in the new world of work.
The Chief HR Officer for Indonesia’s Go-Jek plans to continue nurturing the company’s unique culture, even as it soars to ever-greater heights.