“Flexing” the schedules

The rigid working shackles are off for many employees as organisations embark on formulating flexible working policies. However, how can firms go about crafting its own flexi-work practices without compromising on productivity? HRM finds out
theAsianparent: Making a case for mothers
Sham Majid - 24 Mar 2016
The largest parenting website in Southeast Asia, theAsianparent, is staying true to its word by crafting child-friendly policies for its own staff. HRM reveals more.
Three new ways of work to engage today's employees
HRM Asia - 13 Aug 2015
Tech savvy, upwardly mobile and highly discerning employees today have higher expectations of what their working day should look like. Here are three tips on how to attract and retain these savvy workers.
Three new ways of work to engage today’s employee
HRM Asia - 22 May 2015
How do employers manage, attract and retain talent in an evolving employment landscape, shorter business cycle and increasing 24/7 workplace environment?
Family-friendly workplaces
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 16 Jan 2015
In today’s tight labour market, work-life strategies are no longer just good-to-have, but an important edge for companies to recruit and retain talent. HRM learns how flexi-work arrangements can help improve both employee satisfaction and
Hire for a successful flexible work culture: Three vital tips
HRM Asia - 31 Dec 2014
When considering adapting flexible working schemes, the question that HR executives faces is how to identify which of the candidates can adapt to such an environment. It would be extremely helpful if we could list one or two traits that a c
Seven ways to start your new work year on a healthy note
Roshni Kapur - 22 Dec 2014
Here’s how to stay healthy at work and reduce the risks associated with a sedentary lifestyle.