HRM Magazine Asia February 2018 preview

We discuss the key stories from the February 2018 edition of HRM Magazine Asia in this first look.

In a the video below, HRM Magazine Asia journalists Kelvin Ong and Yamini Chinnuswamy offer a first look at the February, 2018 issue, available now at

Among the many highlights:

  • Cover story: Forecasting 2018. HRM Magazine Asia seeks out the key trends that will be impacting HR in the region over the new year ahead.
  • Leaders Talk HR: Featuring Junjie Zhou, Chief Commercial Officer of Shopee.
  • HR Insider: Featuring Gloria Ngooi and Lydia Song from Ikea's Southeast Asia regional office
  • HR Country Report: India's transitioning economy
  • And our 14-page exclusive Special Report on Talent and Recruitment Management

Check it all out online, right here

HRM Magazine Asia - February 2018

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HRM Asia - 22 Feb 2018
Here are this week's latest HR appointments from across the region.
Why Ikea's HR decided to reinforce its "Swedishness"
Kelvin Ong - 22 Feb 2018
When Ikea underwent an HR refresh in 2016, the idea was to align every part of the organisation with its humble beginnings.
Ten hiring trends to watch
HRM Asia - 21 Feb 2018
From social recruitment to augmented reality, these latest tools will help hiring managers to attain the best talent.
Japan looking to grow worker pool amid shortages
- 22 Feb 2018
Thanks to a rapidly ageing population, Japan introducing more initiatives to expand its workforce.
Artificial intelligence to drive job creation across Asia
Kelvin Ong - 21 Feb 2018
The digital economy is set to form S$1.35 trillion of Asia's GDP by 2021, creating high-value jobs in the process.
HR under fire at Lululemon
Kelvin Ong - 21 Feb 2018
The company's HR department had turned a blind eye to inappropriate relations between senior leaders and staff, former employees have alleged