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.
Many in these three territories have already been using the website, but they will now be served by bespoke, localised sites.
At HR Festival Asia's exclusive CxO Symposium, business leaders will have the opportunity to learn about the latest visionary research and thinking.
It plans to expand beyond its e-commerce and cloud business into areas such as payments, content, voice-assistance, and food retail.
Leaders and companies that put people and culture at the forefront are more successful at managing the complex challenges of transformation.
A recent study forecasts that the China Pakistan Economic Corridor is likely to generate up to 700,000 jobs in Pakistan by 2030.
In an exclusive interview, Josh Bersin discusses the new people management practices demanded by the volatile new business landscape.
We look at the ways talent management in Asia-Pacific is being enhanced through targeted technology and software applications.
Pakistan will need to create an additional 1.3 million jobs every year until 2035, owing to the country’s fast growing working-age population.
Cornerstone OnDemand has appointed a new Managing Director of Asia to lead sales, marketing, client success, and alliances.
When building your employer brand on social media, there is no one-size fits all approach, and each platform yields different demographics and reactions.
Expert analysis, innovative solutions, and first-class case studies will be on show at the inaugural HR Festival Asia in May.
Despite the increasing popularity of automation, the state of jobs on a global scale remain largely unaffected.
The single most important thing that can help a company pick the best candidate can actually be found within the organisation itself.
The HR and Finance departments don’t often see eye-to-eye. But that will need to change if organisations are to make the most of Industry 4.0.
Check out what caught readers' attention over the last month of 2018, from layoffs to social media the HR way.
A visit to the Expo at HR Festival Asia will put you in front more than 150 of the most innovative HR technologies and service providers around.
Both employer and employee must understand the value of upskilling and continuous training, and prioritise these accordingly.
In the rapid evolving world we live in, 2019 will, inevitably, be another year of business transformation.
By 2041 some 5.38 million jobs will be at risk from automation in the industries and services sector in Bangladesh.
The ongoing war for talent is preventing firms finding and hiring qualified and skilled talent, and also causing a rise in in salaries.
Firms today should no longer wonder if corporate wellness is necessary, but instead ask how they can do better.
In the final installment of our 2018 retrospective, we look at one of the more interesting phenomena to occur this year - employee activism.
From inclusiveness to office parties, we look at the various people management issues that Christmas can bring up - and how HR can deal with them.
So-called post-millennials – those born after 1996 and known as Gen Z – are expecting technology to take centre stage in their careers.
This year has seen CEOs of various organisations, from around the world, come under the spotlight for various reasons. We round up some of the biggest stories.
Malaysian youths are facing school-to-work transition problems, while academic institutions are not sufficiently preparing graduates.
The Department of Employment in Thailand have warned Thai job seekers against 'Canadian' farm worker job scams online.
In the second installment of our 2018 roundup series, we recap the most interesting HR policies and initiatives from around the region.