With more than 100 speaker presentations and discussions scheduled across seven separate stages, HR Festival Asia offers something for everyone.
Options for flexible workplaces which offer the opportunity for stronger morale, better productivity, and breakthrough innovation.
When measuring leadership, we should not only assess its direct impact to an individual, but also its indirect impact – the ripple effect.
There are three aspects that will make a big impact on the industry this year: technology, corporate culture, and workplace diversity.
Disney's Chief HR Officer, Jayne Parker, reflects on how the media giant's HR is helping continue to make magic.
Online social networks have made it easier than ever for companies to create and maintain alumni clubs of former employees.
Daniel Tam, Head of HR, Schroders Singapore, chats about the investment firm's local talent challenges and strategies.
Organisational cultures around the world are facing significant pressures from changing workforce demographics and social factors.
Sharon Teo, General Manager of Eastport Maritime, talks about how the SME is coping in the battle of talent.
What do employees want in Workplace 4.0? HRM Magazine Asia continues exploring their big concerns, and what employers need to know.
HRM Magazine Asia talks through the changing concerns and expectations of talent in 2019, and how it impacts their employers.
We delve into why agility is such an important cultural characteristic for any organisation - and the role leaders play in propagating it.
Recruitment is a two-way street - here are some insights into what today's jobseekers are looking out for in SMEs and other organisations.
The CEO of Indosuez Wealth Management shares how the company looked to merge two people cultures after acquiring another company.
It is clear that diversity and inclusion has a part to play in helping businesses to navigate and prosper from digital transformation.
To get the most out of a multi-generational workforce, organisations need to find ways to develop synergy between employees.
We asked some rising stars of HR in Southeast Asia for their views on what's ahead for employees, organisations - and, of course, HR.
In this new edition of HRM Five, we discuss how organisations make intelligent business and HR decisions through people analytics and data.
IBM is collaborating with wearables companies to monitor worker safety in hazardous environments, using Internet of Things technologies.
When employee buy-in is overlooked, it reflects negatively not just on change efforts, but on all aspects of the organisation.
The study also found that employees are starting to question their own company's corporate mission and values.
More than 40% of 18 to 29 year olds have a positive outlook on the economy, but less than half of of surveyed 50 to 60 year olds feel the same.
In an exclusive interview with HRM Magazine Asia, 3M's Chief Sustainability Officer highlights how sustainability is a core part of 3M's employer brand.
PRK is planning to shed more than half of its workforce of 220 employees, although it will first seek out voluntary resignations.
Starting last week, the US bank ditched throw-away plastic items like water bottles or silverware in its offices and cafeterias.
The revelation that 3,400 employees were not paid overtime wages surfaced in an internal probe after the 2016 suicide of an overworked employee.
Employees often choose to leave after receiving bonus pay outs. But is this a reflective of problem with the employees - or with the organisation?
A UK company has drawn flak online for its 'brutal' job interview process, which many employees feel is the most challenging aspect of working there.
When employees have to slave away at a job, they end up exhausted and disengaged – mental states which are not conducive to creativity or innovation.
After a controversy last year over a reportedly 'hedonistic' culture, Under Armour has appointed a new head of people and culture.