Mobile payments app Fave's Head of Strategic Initiative revealed what HR problems the company ran into after it acquired Groupon.
A new Sierra-Cedar whitepaper, as unveiled at HR Festival Asia, has found that the Asia-Pacific region will be the next hot spot for HR technology.
Futurist and technology commentator John Sumser took the Plenary Stage to highlight the immense potential of technology in HR, and also its dangers.
A full schedule of short, sharp Power Talks is set to wow visitors to the HR Festival Asia expo on the final day of the event.
Gunnar Jaschik, Operations Transformation and Change Manager, Schroders, has highlighted a model for digital transformation at HR Festival Asia.
Wouter Van Wersch, President and CEO, GE ASEAN-ANP, has shared how the legacy company remains agile in a world of short attention spans and startups.
Speaking at HR Festival Asia on Wednesday, Josh Bersin made some key predictions about the state and future of the HR industry.
The telco's Head of Talent Acquisition shared how the company had successfully automated the recruitment function at HR Festival Asia today.
Women’s under-representation in STEM fields across Asia-Pacific compromises the region’s ability to realise its full potential, HR Festival Asia has heard.
Singapore is investing heavily in HR technology, as Minister of State for Manpower Zaqy Mohamad told HR Festival Asia today.
A strong crowd has turned out for the opening sessions of HR Festival Asia in Singapore this morning.
Diverse communication channels can help address the needs, expectations, and generational perspectives employees bring to the workplace.
JustLogin’s Chief Operating Officer Chiou Hao Chan highlights three trends that are set to rewrite the rulebook for core HR systems.
With just nine days until the region's biggest HR and technology conference, HRM Asia is counting down the seven key reasons to be a part of HR Festival Asia.
With just 12 days until the region's biggest HR and technology conference, HRM Asia is counting down the seven key reasons to be a part of HR Festival Asia.
A study into the fast-changing relationship that Asia-based HR leaders have with technology is due to wrap up on Tuesday next week.
With more than 100 speaker presentations and discussions scheduled across seven separate stages, HR Festival Asia offers something for everyone.
Fresh from opening its new Asia-Pacific regional office in Singapore, India-based PeopleStrong has ambitions throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
Worried for your job at the top of your organisation's HR tree? Emerging tech commentator John Sumser says there are 12 reasons you might be right.
Newer technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the application of big data can help companies recruit top performers.
Advancements in artificial intelliengence, natural language processing, and outbound hiring are set to shape HR in 2019 and beyond.
Josh Bersin, the internationally-renowned thought leader and industry analyst, recently took the time to record a short podcast for HRM Asia.
There are three aspects that will make a big impact on the industry this year: technology, corporate culture, and workplace diversity.
Most current “artificial intelligence” is really nothing more than a set of sophisticated statistics, says HR technology expert John Sumser.
Well-collated people analytics can bring a wealth of new insights into the way an organisation runs itself, and help it transform for the new digital era.
How can HR and Chief Information Officers can work together to create a successful digital workplace of the future?
A new research survey by HR, for HR, looks to explore how professionals in the region understand, use and adopt technology.
Cybersecurity today has left the tech silo and is moving into the business front lines, where HR must play a key role in the people side of implementation.
Increasingly, these HR technologies are evolving into tools that provide actionable insights for better talent engagement.
Budgets, competencies, and indifferent stakeholders are holding organisations back from truly upskilling and engaging staff, George Aveling warns.