Data science may well save and elevate the function of HR—yet it will also eliminate much about how HR, as we know it, functions.
Deutsche Bank has announced an unprecedented restructure that will see its global workforce reduced by almost 20%.
Leong Chee Tung, CEO of EngageRocket, says companies need to reduce the gap between the promised Employee Value Proposition and reality.
For the last seven years, Goldbell Group - a veteran of the commercial vehicle and warehousing space - has focused on adopting technology in a big way.
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.
A frequently-cited reason for the demotions involved employees who were promoted but struggled to succeed in their new roles.
From banking to insurance, more and more industries are reaping the benefits of introducing robotic process automation to their operations.
Hong Kong workers are increasingly leaving their previous jobs before securing a new offer, most commonly because they "could not stand" those jobs.
The Head of HR for Growth and Emerging Markets at Takeda outlines the three core people management principles adopted by her team.
JustLogin’s Chief Operating Officer Chiou Hao Chan highlights three trends that are set to rewrite the rulebook for core HR systems.
Businesses must embrace new business models to be sustainable in the long run, says Manik Narayan Saha, CIO of SAP Asia-Pacific.
HRM Magazine Asia talks to Spotify's Head of HR for Asia-Pacific to learn more about its Swedish-inspired people management philosophy.
In this exclusive chat, Deepak Bansal, OCBC's Vice-President of Analytics, highlights why employee data is a new frontier for HR.
Options for flexible workplaces which offer the opportunity for stronger morale, better productivity, and breakthrough innovation.
Hiring and keeping the best talents is important, as employees seek stable companies that meet their requirements for professional growth.
There are three aspects that will make a big impact on the industry this year: technology, corporate culture, and workplace diversity.
Keeping employees engaged and happy will allow organisations to capitalize on the transformative potential of Robotic Process Automation.
Disney's Chief HR Officer, Jayne Parker, reflects on how the media giant's HR is helping continue to make magic.
Daniel Tam, Head of HR, Schroders Singapore, chats about the investment firm's local talent challenges and strategies.
Critical thinkers will look to challenge processes, but systems get in the way. How do we free the potential of different ideas from this reality?
Organisations need to start thinking about how they can catch people who don’t fit into prescribed boxes of “high potential”.
Sharon Teo, General Manager of Eastport Maritime, talks about how the SME is coping in the battle of talent.
What do employees want in Workplace 4.0? HRM Magazine Asia continues exploring their big concerns, and what employers need to know.
In an exclusive interview Sara Trilling - who leads the Starbucks business in the Asia-Pacific region - talks about gender equality at the coffeehouse titan.
Simple organisational and mindset changes in the recruitment process could help businesses close the gender pay gap.
The CEO of Indosuez Wealth Management shares how the company looked to merge two people cultures after acquiring another company.
To get the most out of a multi-generational workforce, organisations need to find ways to develop synergy between employees.
Both employer and employee must understand the value of upskilling and continuous training, and prioritise these accordingly.
Shopee's Head of Regional Operations and People weighs in on how the successful startup has grown its talent base in a competitive market.