Following a difficult few years amid competition and rising costs, StarHub is looking to diversify into new businesses.
The Chief HR Officer for Indonesia's Go-Jek plans to continue nurturing the company's unique culture, even as it soars to ever-greater heights.
HRM Asia’s Readers’ Choice Awards were unveiled on Friday night, with 200 industry players on hand to celebrate each of the trophies.
Felicia Teh, regional HR director for Carlsberg in Southeast Asia, has shot up the HR hierarchy - but there's still much more on her career horizon.
The proposed bill looks to prohibit abuses of contractualisation and labour-only contracting in the Philippines.
Check out what caught readers' attention over the month of September - from workplace bullying to Alibaba's talent development plans in Singapore.
For Chen Fong Tuan, the Chief People Officer for Malaysia's Mah Sing group, helping people build their careers is more than a job - it's a calling.
According to recruitment experts, companies now look for candidates who have a good grasp of all the business functions.
Ong Kim Pong delves into PSA's unique leadership culture, developing a future talent pipeline, and more.
The Asia-Pacific Regional Director for Talent Acquisition with Ogilvy has taken an unconventional route to HR leadership.
As Chief HR Officer of AXA Philippines, Jaspreet Kakar is reimagining the entire suite of HR infrastructure with verve and dexterity.
Armstrong Craven CEO Tom Mason says the Watch List is in line with his company's promise to clients: to always attract the best ‘senior and scarce talent’.
HRM Magazine Asia is set to unveil its highly-anticipated list of next-generation HR leadership talent from across Southeast Asia.
According to World Bank experts, there has been income stagnation in the Philippines since the turn of the millenium.
Singapore ranked 13 out of 195 in the first-ever scientific study ranking countries for their levels of human capital.
Ong Kim Pong, Regional CEO for Southeast Asia at PSA International, chats about navigating the choppy waters of disruption.
Malaysian firms are on the look out for many more hospitality professionals, according to the latest research from Monster.
Unless Thai university graduates have the relevant technology competencies, mass unemployment will be a real threat.
Experts at the World Economic Forum have warned that huge employment problems will hit the region if skills do not keep up with technology advances.
The ride-sharing firm will be using mobile technology to provide onboarding and continuous learning via mobile devices.
A new agreement between Myanmar and Thailand will provide a legal pathway for trained fisheries workers to gain employment in Thailand.
The incoming government of Cambodia is looking to start with a clean slate, and bring the country's youth into the fold.
Prolonged noise pollution at the workplace seems to be giving rise to hearing loss issues among some workers and workplaces in Malaysia.
With the future of work just around the corner, helping teams bond and grow stronger collectively is more important than ever.
In this second of two extracts on workplace bullying, Marion Neubronner highlights what organisations can do to combat poor workplace behaviour.
The proposed law is progressing through the Filipino House of Representatives; one of the country's two law-making bodies.
The Malaysian government has suspended the national migration system used to hire workers specifically from Bangladesh.
At HRM Asia's HR Think Tank, delegates will have the chance to immerse themselves in one of eight different HR technology streams.
Despite closing its Southeast Asian app, the ride-hailing giant looks set to maintain its regional headquarters in the city-state.
Local maritime businesses in Singapore all contributed to the education fund, which is aimed at developing the industry’s pipeline of talent.