Hiring and working PWDs

Finding meaningful employment is a goal for many people, including people with disabilities (PWDs). They too can achieve self-reliance if they are given equal opportunities for employment and are well-trained in market relevant skills. So how can employers enhance the employability of PWDs, and both hire and work with them?
Q&A with CP Group's Chief People Officer Kulshaan Singh
Kelvin Ong - 06 Jun 2018
Kulshaan Singh shares with HRM Magazine Asia his priorities as the Chief People Officer of Thailand's largest conglomerate.
Is Starbucks opening minds by closing stores for training?
HRM Asia - 30 May 2018
The coffee retailer's anti-bias training is drawing both praise and criticism.
HR futurist Jason Averbook's new vision for work
HRM Asia - 28 May 2018
The opportunities that technology is now opening up for HR will redefine the future of work, says US-based LeapGen founder Jason Averbook.
Uncovering unconventional organisational structures
Kelvin Ong - 23 May 2018
From “flatarchy” to "holocracy", HRM Magazine Asia weighs in on the viability of these unorthodox organisational configurations.
Out with the old, in with the new
Kelvin Ong - 21 May 2018
How Takeda Pharmaceutical Company's consolidation of its HR systems helped to modernise the 237-year-old organisation's operations globally.
HR Summit & Expo Asia 2018 insider: Nestlé’s Jordan Pettman
Kelvin Ong - 09 May 2018
Say hello to Jordan Pettman: Nestlé’s Global Head of People Data, Analytics, and Planning; and master of HR metric jargons as complex as the organisation.