Why paperless technology is central to digital transformation.
Some of the key takeaways from HRM Asia's 2018 Learning and Development Conference.
Business acumen is one of the most important skills for HR practitioners to have, writes Pallavi Srivastava, Asia-Pacific Talent Partner, Global Technology Services, IBM.
Don’t underestimate the power of a genuine conversation, writes Kelvin Ong in this week's Two Cents column.
Carlos Estrada says Asia's gig economies are well placed to self-regulate, provided the right guidelines and enforcement mechanisms are developed.
Meghal Goradia, Senior HR Business Partner at Advanced Micro Devices Singapore, gets candid.
JP Morgan Private Banking's Asia CEO has had to count on her wealth of experience to lead the company through transformative times.
As firms continue to reshuffle in this era of Industry 4.0, HRM Magazine Asia takes a closer look at the manpower strategies of the most impacted industries.
For Senior Journalist Kelvin Ong - and indeed, many others - the Laurel-Yanny sound clip raised a few questions about cognitive bias at the workplace.
The new hires got a glimpse into the organisation's culture and working environment ahead of their start days.
In this year of Climate Action, here are ways that HR can work with their organisations and employees to help protect the planet.
Google has again topped the lists of preferred destination's for Singapore's graduating class of 2018, according to Universum.
As project-based, freelance, and gig work become increasingly de rigueur, the laws surrounding such arrangements have come under increasing scrutiny.
A selection of quotable learning points from HR Summit & Expo Asia 2018.
Here are our key takeaways from Day Two of HR Summit & Expo Asia 2018.
Session one of this year's Summit was packed with learnings, case studies and best practices. Here are our top picks.
Kelvin Ong gets inside the dangerous world of workplace politics in this edition of his popular Two Cents column.
Self-proclaimed "ah pek" Jonathan Wong loves his job as a talent manager at a Singapore engineering firm.
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.
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.
Singapore-based employees at the Big Four firm will now have flexible dress code options everyday.
Layoffs are inevitable in these disruptive times, but they don't have to be ruthless, writes Kelvin Ong in this latest Two Cents.
Angry at being fired, a man threw a molotov cocktail into his ex-employer's office.
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
Her statement was in response to a video that shows Uber's Singapore employees hastily vacating the office.
A new, monthly networking opportunity attracted more than 50 HR professionals to its inaugural event in Singapore.
Almost half a million more Singapore workers will now be protected by the Employment Act.
Before HR business partners can add value to the business, they must first learn more about it.
The world's largest furniture retailer ensures that accessibility is a quality afforded not only to its customers, but also to all employees.
Contingent employment is on the up and up. To remain competitive, HR needs to enable business transformations that can keep up with this new and nimble management model