David Rodriguez was named HR Executive of the Year, in part for his work with Marriott's massive integration with Starwood Resorts.
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.
David Rodriguez, Marriott International’s global Chief HR Officer, shares some of the insights behind the company’s 700,000-strong workforce.
As the biggest benefactor of the US-China trade war, Vietnam is feeling the squeeze as companies open manufacturing plants in the country.
October is the best time to hunt for talent and for jobseekers to send in applications, according to new data from LinkedIn.
A flying air taxi is expected to make its debut over Singapore’s skies later this month but could be more useful in Manila, Kuala Lumpur and Yangon.
The consultancy firm is committing $10 million to develop the technology skills of more than 3,000 staff in Singapore.
As 10,000 jobs are cut across the banking group, the Lion City looks to set to survive unscathed in the latest round of downsizing.
This week's HRM Five is guest-written by Professor Aarti Ramaswami, a senior academic with the ESSEC Business School in Asia-Pacific.
The tide is turning when it comes to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics talent, with China now boasting more current students.
Victoria's Secret models don't make the cut all the time! According to new research, average Jane is having her day more often.
A group of bus drivers in Singapore are suing SBS Transit for unpaid wages, and working overtime hours.
Verizon Media’s Vice President of Talent shares an example of the company’s transparent and talent-focused career development framework.
A frank leader on ageing employees, countries vying for China's business; and overworked workers in Southeast Asia dominated the top news last month.
The British bank pays US$6.3 million to settle a SEC investigation into hiring friends and family of foreign officials in Asia-Pacific.
Chief People Officer at Workday Ashley Goldsmith explains how important it is to attract and keep the right people for the success of an organisation.
Sandy Gould, Vice President, Talent Acquisition, Learning, and Diversity & Inclusion at Verizon Media shares the company's innovative new talent strategy.
Japan’s SoftBank robotics has launched an AI-enabled vacuum-cleaning robot that could see the end of the humble janitor.
Poorly performing employees affect both office morale and long-term profits, as employers strive to coach them.
The tech giant plans to improve the digital literacy of millions, digitize more small businesses and train its future-ready workforce by 2025.
But simply listening to employees makes them far more engaged and leads to a significant reduction in burnout, according to new report from O.C. Tanner.
Huawei’s offer of US$1 billion for app developers could be a path to make a profit from your inhouse techpreneurs.
The world of work has become an intense, stress inducing environment of near constant connection. Patrick Graham has this advice for staff wellbeing.
Employees at Thomas Cook are worst hit in the mismanagement fiasco, and took to social media to air grievances.
The Asia region is expected to see a significant rise in medical benefit costs, although they will vary vastly from country to country.
More than 200 former employees are fighting to get back wages from last two months from the Singapore-based online grocery delivery firm.
Acts of kindness by the employers of bus drivers determined the overall state of their mental and physical health.
Financial services industry facing a tough time as firms restructure to deal with digitalisation and weakening economic outlook.
The appliance maker is relocating its head office to the region and hiring across Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines over the next four years.