Thailand seeks to hire 180, 000 IT workers from India, while Indian tech companies are urged to expand to West.
Sreeram Iyer talks through the people strategies at the top of the agenda for ANZ's corporate and institutional banking business.
US-based HR technology commentator Bill Kutik offers a personalised review of "Nine Lies about Work", the latest book from Marcus Buckingham.
“Agile”, a design framework invented for software developers, has now landed in HR. And it’s transforming absolutely everything.
Robotic process automation may provide the bridge between manual processes and the artificial intelligence that is on the horizon.
DBS' Chief Data and Transformation Officer Paul Cobban has lead a 10-year change journey across the bank. He says he couldn't have done it without HR.
The Chief People Officer of Singapore-based Everise explains why diversity efforts sometimes fail, as well as the Everise approach to inclusion.
New tools allow companies to put their workers under the microscope like never before - but are the insights worth the implications for trust and privacy?
Shanghai and Beijing are losing their shine as cities of choice for graduates. Those in the know are choosing satellite and second-tier cities.
New research shows that teams that most impact on the output of an organisation. Here's how HR and technology can help their development.
Companies in the US are gearing up to expand into Asian markets. They are in search of new talent, as well as customers.
Sara Cheng, CEO of Fuji Xerox Singapore, outlines her approach to enabling and empowering the teams that will deliver business success.
Retention is increasingly becoming tied to the strength of an organisation’s teams, which in turn have the ability to power business success.
DBS has gone from a bottom-of-the pile bank to being crowned the world’s best. Its transformation team shares that 10-year journey.
Luke McNeal, from Workplace by Facebook, says the millennial generation has fundamentally changed how employers attract and retain staff.
David Fairhurst, Corporate EVP, Global Chief People Officer of McDonald's Corp, offers some key advice for HR leaders, based on his own extensive career.
It's a brand new world for Chief HR Officers right now. HRM Asia examines the key talent trends that are shaping the scope of the role.
A cultural audit can help HR make onboarding more meaningful and effective, says Lilith Christiansen of software developer SilkRoad.
More and more employers in the US are offering open-ended vacation packages as part of their advertised roles, jobs site Indeed has found.
Brave leadership is teachable—and essential to business success—according to researcher Brené Brown.
A new paternity leave scheme offers new fathers three days leave, but employers are urging the government not to leave them with the bill.
Employers expecting to attract top talent should focus on improving the employee experience. So says a new report from Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Training employees on preventing burnout is one thing. Persuading managers to acknowledge its harmful effects is another thing entirely.
PwC's Rod Adams says new technology-based skills are impacting jobs throughout the world economy, from teachers to bankers to truck drivers.
Peter Quinlan, from Tata Communications, says AI can streamline collaboration between humans by automating tedious or repetitive task.
Varun Bhatia, AirAsia Group's Chief People Officer, talks exclusively about the low-cost airline's people-first approach.
Leong Chee Tung, CEO of EngageRocket, says companies need to reduce the gap between the promised Employee Value Proposition and reality.
A new report from HR technology analyst Josh Bersin and his team highlights three strategies for performance management in the digital era.
Hundreds of thousands of women have downed tools in Switzerland to join an organised strike for greater equality in work.
WeWork's Head of People Yasu Sato explains how the company has leveraged its cultureOS ‘operating system’ to cultivate a workplace that millennials love.