HRM Asia presents five of the best HR Information Systems currently helping organisations administer HR processes, while keeping employees engaged.
The nationwide strike affected more than 50 assembly plants throughout the US, but was ended on October 16.
A unique CEO, advice on trust, and another axe-swinging bank: it has been a busy month for news and views on the modern Asian workplace.
As the region rapidly expands its assets under management, hedge funds are having to offer better incentives to secure suitable staff.
Sought-after employees are intellectually curious and prize appreciation and recognition, but they can be quick to move on if they're not satisfied.
Nikhil Shahane offers a new model for dealing with conflict and emotional negotiations in the modern business world.
While it has a reputation as a lean, mean fighting machine of a workforce, the world’s most powerful military is showing its softer side.
In a global initiative, Marriott International's staff are now being trained to recognise and reported suspected incidents of human trafficking.
David Rodriguez was named HR Executive of the Year, in part for his work with Marriott's massive integration with Starwood Resorts.
David Rodriguez, Marriott International’s global Chief HR Officer, shares some of the insights behind the company’s 700,000-strong workforce.
The city state overtakes the US to become the most competitive nation in the world, according to the World Economic Forum.
Marcus Buckingham has told delegates to the HR Tech Conference and Exposition to stop fooling themselves around nine long-held myths.
This week's HRM Five is guest-written by Professor Aarti Ramaswami, a senior academic with the ESSEC Business School in Asia-Pacific.
The tide is turning when it comes to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics talent, with China now boasting more current students.
Shark Tank star Barbara Corcoran has told the HR Technology Conference and Exposition about five key business principles that have guided her success.
A group of bus drivers in Singapore are suing SBS Transit for unpaid wages, and working overtime hours.
Verizon Media’s Vice President of Talent shares an example of the company’s transparent and talent-focused career development framework.
New technology analyses messages to look for how people write to each other rather than what they actually write.
Chief People Officer at Workday Ashley Goldsmith explains how important it is to attract and keep the right people for the success of an organisation.
Sandy Gould, Vice President, Talent Acquisition, Learning, and Diversity & Inclusion at Verizon Media shares the company's innovative new talent strategy.
Beyond out-of-pocket hiring and onboarding costs, how does turnover affect overall operations? Peter Cappeli looks at the latest economic research
Technology and disruption are causing some jobs to dry up; but there are some unique and economically-valuable roles that are set to take their place.
In the age of disruption, jobs should be reinvented rather than eliminated as human talent and expertise are still required.
The organization is pushing its employees to further their education and skills with a significant investment.
A drop in the mismatch reflects Singapore’s strong economy as the job landscape evolves with employers and job seekers adjusting.
Millennials will form 50% of the workforce by 2020 so it is essential to know what makes them tick so the working experience is smooth.
In a surprise outcome, new research suggests millennials believe “dressing up” for work boosts performance.
The new "lyf" living space has been created for millennials, by the "millennial-minded". Ascott is now keen to launch the brand across the globe.
Thousands of workers stranded as pilots of British carrier go on strike seeking higher pay through profit sharing.
Malaysia tells its workers that they should not expect benefits such as flexible work arrangements and childcare leave.