As the digital era cements itself in organisational discourse, one-on-one coaching is being utilised to help leaders face the new and unexpected challenges.
Henkel has launched a digital upskilling initiative for its 53,000 employees around the world, to meet the demands of digitalisation.
Daniel Tam, Head of HR, Schroders Singapore, chats about the investment firm's local talent challenges and strategies.
What do employees want in Workplace 4.0? HRM Magazine Asia continues exploring their big concerns, and what employers need to know.
Budgets, competencies, and indifferent stakeholders are holding organisations back from truly upskilling and engaging staff, George Aveling warns.
In an exclusive interview Sara Trilling - who leads the Starbucks business in the Asia-Pacific region - talks about gender equality at the coffeehouse titan.
Singapore's Institute of Technical Education aims too equip students with knowledge and skills related to robotic process automation.
OCBC Bank's Head of Learning and Development chats exclusively with HRM Magazine Asia about the outlook for 2019.
The government of Indonesia will invest substantially this year to improve the employability of country’s workforce.
Shopee's Head of Regional Operations and People weighs in on how the successful startup has grown its talent base in a competitive market.
We asked some rising stars of HR in Southeast Asia for their views on what's ahead for employees, organisations - and, of course, HR.
SG$1 billion has been earmarked in Singapore's budget for the coming year to help companies transform, and $3.6 billion to help workers.
New research has found leadership development programmes are not creating the transformational leaders that businesses need today.
As organisations continuously transform, they need to ensure that their people strategies of today are developing the leaders of tomorrow.
We recently spoke with Foo Wah Teng, the HR Director for Amgen Singapore Manufacturing, about the company's people challenges and initiatives.
It's not just up-skilling and re-skilling that workers will need in the age of Industry 4.0. A significant amount of "new-skilling" will also need to take place.
Educated youth in Pakistan who remain unemployed are expected to find job opportunities under a new national job programme.
According to a new report, the jobs most at risk are those in office administration, production, transportation, and food preparation.
A UNICEF poll of 10,000 young people from more than 160 countries has a stark message: “We need more jobs and better education.”
The new Asia Learning Centre will train approximately 2,000 Shiseido employees each year in leadership and innovation skills and behaviours.
Today’s volatile business environment requires a new method of problem solving for HR and business leaders.
Huawei, together with 16 partner companies, offered more than 100 job vacancies - all of which were filled by the end of the event.
Senior leadership teams have the opportunity to develop a sustainable competitive advantage through the speed of learning as they have never had before.
To boost e-commerce capabilities, Thailand is establishing up the first e-commerce park dedicated to digital training.
The cloud computing training programme will upskill new and existing employees and enhance the company’s digital capabilities.
Expert analysis, innovative solutions, and first-class case studies will be on show at the inaugural HR Festival Asia in May.
Both employer and employee must understand the value of upskilling and continuous training, and prioritise these accordingly.
In the rapid evolving world we live in, 2019 will, inevitably, be another year of business transformation.
Firms today should no longer wonder if corporate wellness is necessary, but instead ask how they can do better.