Blockchain technology offers several useful features for businesses in today's digital world. Here are four that should come in handy for companies.
Bitcoin and cryptocurrency were 2017’s big buzzwords, but blockchain looks to inherit that mantle in 2018. How will the technology impact HR?
As project-based, freelance, and gig work become increasingly de rigueur, the laws surrounding such arrangements have come under increasing scrutiny.
Internships don't have to be an obligation or burden.
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.
Kelvin Ong gets inside the dangerous world of workplace politics in this edition of his popular Two Cents column.
How to deal with candidates who don't progress through your hiring process.
Meet the HR Vicki - Teledirect Telecommerce's intelligent FAQ function for employees.
In this installment of our interview with Lai Chang Wen, the founder and CEO of e-commerce delivery company Ninja Van, we get up close and personal.
Gaurav Hirey, Group Director of HR and Talent Development at Teledirect Telecommerce, discusses his team's digital recruitment and employee coaching efforts.
Business process outsourcing hub Teledirect Telecommerce is operating on a higher wavelength when it comes to HR digitisation.
As we discuss in this week's HRM Five, an employee exit doesn't have to be an awkward or otherwise negative affair.
Ninja Van founder and CEO Lai Chang Wen talks candidly about his employees, the sharing economy, the company's rapid rise to prominence, and more.
The world's premier organisation of computing professionals has released their forecast of 2018's biggest technology trends.
When the CEO is demanding across-the-board action on “digital transformation”, sitting still is no longer an option for HR. Laurence Smith shares the difference that can be made toward HR becoming digital-savvy in just two days.
In this week's HRM Five, we talk about how you can help your new recruits have the best start to their new jobs.
Layoffs are inevitable in these disruptive times, but they don't have to be ruthless, writes Kelvin Ong in this latest Two Cents.
Crying a river is sometimes good for the soul, but the right kind of working environment can mitigate stress and other high-key emotions.
Catch up on HRM Magazine Asia's top stories for March 2018, right here. We've got HR Insider with GSK, and the latest on the Grab/Uber acquisition.
Harlina Sodhi from IDFC Bank tells us about the challenges and priorities for learning specialists in 2018, including how digital learning will become increasingly dominant
13 years after Fast Company magazine asked "Why we hate HR", the profession is still struggling to win hearts and minds.
What not to do if you want your employees to trust you, and feel invested in the organisation's success.
Why should learning and development professionals shift their focus to developing leaders who are agile?
When it comes to employee engagement, UK pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline seems to have figured out the magic formula.
You may not realise it, but dangers lurk at every corner of even the most innocuous white-walled office.
Damco's Global COO Saskia Groen-in’t-Woud, the winner of the 2017 Telstra Business Women in Asia Award, shares her career highlights.
GlaxoSmithKline wants its people to think of their careers in terms of experiences, not job titles.
If your organisation is experiencing high turnover, ask yourself: How can you, as HR, stop the bleeding?
In this week's HRM Five, we talk practical tips for organisations wishing to be more transparent with employees.
This International Women’s Day, we asked “power women” across Asia to share their views on how organisations can play their part.