A strong employer brand starts from the first moment a candidate interacts with the organisation - as the startup team behind mathilda® explains.
There's a big focus on business transformation at the moment, but research from DDI reveals that the HR department is itself in need of change.
Grace Ho, who leads Commvault in Southeast Asia and Asia-Pacific, shares some insights from a long career of change management.
The issue of contractors' rights continues to stir in the Philippines, with the President blocking a bill that he once supported.
Serviced apartment operators have never seen so many different market forces weighing down on their traditional business model.
Thanks to a recent law change, some of Japan's biggest employers are now targeting Southeast Asia labour markets for new recruits.
HR technology isn't just for the big boys – smaller companies can still gain the benefits of sleek and easy-to-use HR platforms.
Curiosity, connection, and contextualisation will help organisations to define and build learning agility, says Deddi Tedjakumara.
Top technology talent in Southeast Asia will have the opportunity to address urban challenges with AI, and to join Grab’s data science and AI team.
Yenita Oktora from L’oreal’s HRD Consumer Division Asia-Pacific says good HR practices lie at the core of the company’s success.
At Shopee, every employee is seen an individual with their own personal style and needs, which are accommodate as best as possible.
In this exclusive chat, Deepak Bansal, OCBC's Vice-President of Analytics, highlights why employee data is a new frontier for HR.
Grab plans to double the number of staff in Singapore to 3,000 next year. This will coincide with its shift into its new headquarters.
Budgets, competencies, and indifferent stakeholders are holding organisations back from truly upskilling and engaging staff, George Aveling warns.
OCBC Bank's Head of Learning and Development chats exclusively with HRM Magazine Asia about the outlook for 2019.
The government of Indonesia will invest substantially this year to improve the employability of country’s 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.
Five million Myanmar nationals heading overseas as migrant labourers as job prospects in the country are limited and salaries remain low.
A British employee is suing United Overseas Bank's London, saying that he was overlooked for a new role due not being Asian.
Wirecard, the German fintech firm, has responded to media reports to deny reports of alleged wrongdoing at its Singapore office.
The centre will house Grab’s core business strategy and operational functions, including legal, customer experience, financial services and creative services.
If plans by the Indonesia Manpower Ministry come to fruition, women in the country will soon enjoy more flexible working hours.
The majority of Japanese firms operating in Asia consider rising labour costs and the shortage of skilled labour as their top concerns.
The new policy will provide visas for blue collar foreign workers with skills in 14 industrial sectors, to address the nation’s manpower shortage.
Labour costs in Vietnam are among the highest in Southeast Asian countries, and poses the largest investment risk in the country.
Check out what caught readers' attention over the last month of 2018, from layoffs to social media the HR way.
Half of those laid off were from the greater Kuala Lumpur area of Klang Valley, according to the country's HR minister.
As 2018 draws to a close, here's a holiday gift from HRM Magazine Asia to our readers: a free 2019 printable calendar!
Industry analyst Josh Bersin compiled an comprehensive report on the global HR Technology market, exclusively for HR Festival Asia delegates.
Southeast Asia’s hiring outlook in 2019 remains optimistic, as digitalisation and the region’s role as an industrial hub continue to grow.