"A little party never killed nobody", Fergie once sang, but she's clearly not referring to an office function, much less during the holiday season.
Professional services firm KPMG's tried and tested formula of people development has helped it to maintain a relevant talent pipeline.
Here are some things HR should consider doing to close out the year on a good note.
Your guide to organising holiday revels for your employees.
In this part of our exclusive interview with Steve Morley, we learn more about the technology veteran himself.
You know the topic is a divisive one when two of today's most revered CEOs are having a good go at it. In this latest Two Cents, Kelvin Ong weighs in
As the old adage goes, time equals money. These words have never been more true than in 2017.
Having specific capabilities is important, but the ability to constantly reinvent oneself is the true mark of a leader at Standard Chartered Bank.
One of wearable technology company Fitbit's biggest HR challenges has been in finding the right talent, its Asia-Pacific head Steve Morley shares.
How to help your employees be more productive – by looking out for their wellbeing
With remote working becoming a norm everywhere, does that mean the traditional office will soon be extinct?
Leadership development is one of MedcoEnergi's greatest long-term HR challenges. How does it build a steady talent pipeline?
The company behind Superman and Batman is the latest to be called into account for its handling of sexual harassment allegations.
The best places to work are more likely to advance in their industry, and strengthen the nation’s economy, says Minister Josephine Teo.
Simple ways to make your office more 'woo' and less 'zzzz'.
Trusting employees, giving back to society, and creating positive work culture - these are just a few of the things making these workplaces great.
Every organisation is looking to drive cost efficiencies in the present business environment – but perhaps none more so than MedcoEnergi.
Naresh Taneja, Group President HR and Administration of IRB Infrastructure Developers, talks about his professional and personal life with HRM Asia.
The media hoopla surrounding the blackout might have been amusing, but it does bring up a few serious questions for HR.
Businesses are in a state of flux, and leadership development needs to be the change driver. So says Standard Chartered Bank's Global Head of Leadership Effectiveness
What HR managers should (and shouldn’t) tell their employees about appropriate office wear.
This weekend's HRM Five looks at the real meaning of job satisfaction and success, and how individuals can stay #winning
Cheryl Lye from Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong shares insights from her professional and personal life with HRM Asia.
BreadTalk Group's Head of HR talks about the big dreams still harboured by the Southeast Asian food and beverage titans.
HR professionals are needed more than ever in the current volatile business environment. Here are five ways they can stay ahead of the uncertain game ahead.
Rohaya Roslee of Dow Chemical Pacific in Southeast Asia, shares how an increase in employee engagement can be linked to increased revenue growth.
There are clear productivity advantages when the physical health of employees is better managed. But the spotlight is now increasingly on mental wellbeing.
One of HR's key roles in the organisation is to make sure high levels of stress don't lead to employee burnout. But HR leaders may also need to manage stress themselves
V.R. Srivatsan, Managing Director, Adobe Southeast Asia, gives us some insight into the ins and outs of business leadership.
Both customer and employee experience are key to maintaining market share, says V.R. Srivatsan, Managing Director, Adobe Southeast Asia.