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.
Sales representatives are reportedly the hardest professionals to find in Hong Kong, followed by IT specialists and engineers.
Omron's regional head of robotics, Swaminathan Ramamurthy, discusses the potential and current reality of robots in the manufacturing workforce.
A new agreement between Myanmar and Thailand will provide a legal pathway for trained fisheries workers to gain employment in Thailand.
The incoming government of Cambodia is looking to start with a clean slate, and bring the country's youth into the fold.
China's efforts to recruit Taiwanese engineers — via above-market benefits packages — are beginning to pay off handsomely.
South Korea's biggest companies are expected to ramp up their hiring plans over September and the fourth quarter of this year.
Poor job perception is making it harder for businesses to bring in fresh blood at the specialist and middle management levels.
South Korea is hoping that increased resources will help to create jobs, especially for women and senior citizens.
Selected students will get a first, real taste of what it's like to work as an engineer in a professional environment.
Despite closing its Southeast Asian app, the ride-hailing giant looks set to maintain its regional headquarters in the city-state.
The company aims to nurture digital economy skills in areas such as artificial intelligence, blockchain and data analytics.
Google's new, dedicated job search vertical for Singapore will draw from a wide range of local listings from across the world wide web.
Under Singapore's Fair Consideration Framework, companies have to ensure locals have equal chance at vacant positions as foreign professionals.
What to do when a former worker comes knocking upon your door once again.
Laurence Smith speaks to DBS' chief innovation officer Neal Cross about building a start-up-inspired innovation team.
Chief Innovation Officer of DBS Bank Neal Cross speaks one-on-one with Laurence Smith.
How to identify the cream of the crop among your current and would-be employees.
As firms continue to reshuffle in this era of Industry 4.0, HRM Magazine Asia takes a closer look at the manpower strategies of the most impacted industries.
Laurence Smith, who switched from a corporate job to startups a few years ago, shares some advice for other HR professionals looking to do the same
Google has again topped the lists of preferred destination's for Singapore's graduating class of 2018, according to Universum.
How to deal with candidates who don't progress through your hiring process.
Gaurav Hirey, Group Director of HR and Talent Development at Teledirect Telecommerce, discusses his team's digital recruitment and employee coaching efforts.
In this week's HRM Five, we talk about how you can help your new recruits have the best start to their new jobs.
These 75 firms have been voted by job seekers as the companies they most want to work for this year.
The world's largest furniture retailer ensures that accessibility is a quality afforded not only to its customers, but also to all employees.
Contingent employment is on the up and up. To remain competitive, HR needs to enable business transformations that can keep up with this new and nimble management model
Change agility and cultural diversity are two of Medtronic's main goals for 2018. Its HR Director Binayak Bagchi shares more.
Professional services firm KPMG's tried and tested formula of people development has helped it to maintain a relevant talent pipeline.
Recruitment experts have always been quick to adopt new channels for connecting with candidates. The latest campaigns over social media platforms like Snapchat and Instagram show just how far the profession has come