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?
Ninja Van CEO Lai Chang Wen's surprising take on the gig economy
Kelvin Ong - 18 Apr 2018
The founder of one of Southeast Asia's most widely-used delivery service is certainly not one to bite his tongue.
Digitalisation: Behind the semantics
Kelvin Ong - 27 Mar 2018
As organisations undergo massive transformations, the emphasis is now on digitalisation, something distinct from digitisation.
HR Clinic: Culture guardian angels
HRM Asia - 23 Mar 2018
As “culture guardians” of their organisations, HR can effect change by shaping better employee experiences, writes MoneySmart's Head of Talent.
The vacation-deprived: Who these people are, and why they matter
HRM Asia - 22 Mar 2018
Asia-Pacific is the most vacation-deprived region in the world. Are companies here ensuring that their people are taking some much-needed time off?
An effective cure: GSK's talent remedy
Kelvin Ong - 19 Mar 2018
When it comes to employee engagement, UK pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline seems to have figured out the magic formula.
Curing onboarding's ailment
Andrew R. McIlvaine - 02 Apr 2018
Does new-hire onboarding take too long—or not long enough?