Experts at the World Economic Forum have warned that huge employment problems will hit the region if skills do not keep up with technology advances.
The ride-sharing firm will be using mobile technology to provide onboarding and continuous learning via mobile devices.
According to a new, global survey, only 20% of employees have what it takes to thrive and survive in Industry 4.0.
A new agreement between Myanmar and Thailand will provide a legal pathway for trained fisheries workers to gain employment in Thailand.
It is up to HR professionals to ensure their organisations don't get left behind in the data-driven future. Here's a basic how-to to get started.
A new study finds that many business leaders are optimistic about the impact of artificial intelligence on the future of work.
The Alibaba Talent Programme aims to develop the next generation of technology-focused and innovative PhD candidates.
A further 10,000 Singaporeans, from students to working adults, will also be equipped with AI skills as part of the AI for Everyone programme.
Selected students will get a first, real taste of what it's like to work as an engineer in a professional environment.
The company aims to nurture digital economy skills in areas such as artificial intelligence, blockchain and data analytics.
Local maritime businesses in Singapore all contributed to the education fund, which is aimed at developing the industry’s pipeline of talent.
Universal Robots and Singapore's e2i are partnering to provide training in robotics solutions and automation equipment.
Employee coaching is a key strategy to support employees to grow, learn new skills, and become innovative problem-solvers.
Some of the key takeaways from HRM Asia's 2018 Learning and Development Conference.
Pairing senior executives with younger employees can be beneficial - here's how HR can help talent get the most out of such mentorships.
Josh Heniro, Director of Southeast Asia Operations at the Institute of Management Accountants, talks about bridging the skills gap in the financial sector.
In a globalised world facing non-stop change, job rotations are a potent way for a company’s future leaders to show off and develop their agility.
Don’t underestimate the power of a genuine conversation, writes Kelvin Ong in this week's Two Cents column.
In this exclusive interview, the newly-appointed Chief People Officer of Thai conglomerate CP Group Kulshaan Singh shares how he plans to be a bridge between the business and its people.
Ross Sparkman, Facebook’s head of Strategic Workforce Planning, shares a few tips for organisations looking to develop their own strategic roadmaps.
For Senior Journalist Kelvin Ong - and indeed, many others - the Laurel-Yanny sound clip raised a few questions about cognitive bias at the workplace.
How organisations can use data to reach analytics maturity - and make intelligent business and HR decisions.
How Takeda Pharmaceutical Company's consolidation of its HR systems helped to modernise the 237-year-old organisation's operations globally.
Session one of this year's Summit was packed with learnings, case studies and best practices. Here are our top picks.
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.
Business process outsourcing hub Teledirect Telecommerce is operating on a higher wavelength when it comes to HR digitisation.
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.
Catch up on HRM Magazine Asia's top stories for March 2018, right here. We've got HR Insider with GSK, and the latest on the Grab/Uber acquisition.
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
13 years after Fast Company magazine asked "Why we hate HR", the profession is still struggling to win hearts and minds.