Despite the preference for flexi-work by employees, it is still not common for businesses to offer flexible working arrangements.
Encouraging skilled workers who have taken career breaks back into the workforce could help businesses struggling with skill shortages.
Examining body language is one reason for the prevailing preference for face-to-face interactions today, including job interviews.
Hong Kong workers are increasingly leaving their previous jobs before securing a new offer, most commonly because they "could not stand" those jobs.
Competition for young talent is becoming increasingly stiff as young people are entering the workforce with greater expectations.
Top technology talent in Southeast Asia will have the opportunity to address urban challenges with AI, and to join Grab’s data science and AI team.
The Head of HR for Growth and Emerging Markets at Takeda outlines the three core people management principles adopted by her team.
Facing continuous technological and societal disruption, millennials and Gen Zs are skeptical of business’ motives and pessimistic about progress.
Singapore Airlines’takes the number one spot as the Randstad's Most Attractive Employer in Singapore for the fourth year running.
The 2019 Global Talent Competitiveness Index sees six Asia-Pacific countries in the top 30, while Seoul is the first Asian city to break into the top ten.
Implementing an effective HR strategy for the future is more about its ability to adapt, than its value as a permanent solution, explains Stephanie Morton.
Employees are expecting organisations to be agile, such as by offering options for part-time, project-based, contract, or remote work.
Here are five tips for organisations grappling with how modernise their their recruitment processes and continue to attract the best talent.
A new analysis highlights the top sought-after skills for software, web and media developer job positions in Singapore.
Hiring and keeping the best talents is important, as employees seek stable companies that meet their requirements for professional growth.
Grab plans to double the number of staff in Singapore to 3,000 next year. This will coincide with its shift into its new headquarters.
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.
For many business leaders, intuition is regarded as a vital asset in hiring and promoting staff, according to a new report.
As Armstrong Craven's Jon Stephansen reports, the demand for digital talent is coming from a diverse range of industries.
Sharon Teo, General Manager of Eastport Maritime, talks about how the SME is coping in the battle of talent.
Out of that number, around 10,000 will be recruited to fill the positions of online managers for the company’s logistics business.
HRM Magazine Asia talks through the changing concerns and expectations of talent in 2019, and how it impacts their employers.
In this latest HRM Five, we delve into how talent acquisition teams can keep up with the recruitment demands of Industry 4.0.
South Korean companies that create jobs from partnerships with municipal governments will receive incentives from the government.
In an exclusive interview Sara Trilling - who leads the Starbucks business in the Asia-Pacific region - talks about gender equality at the coffeehouse titan.
The labour department of the Philippines is looking to slap heftier penalties on companies found hiring illegal foreign workers.
Recruitment is a two-way street - here are some insights into what today's jobseekers are looking out for in SMEs and other organisations.
Thousands of new jobs are expected to be created as the result of the US$1 billion deal to invest in Saudi Arabia’s retail fuel market.
According to a UN report, global unemployment dropped last year compared to 2017, but many workers are still gripped by poverty.