HRM Magazine Asia May 2018 preview

Your first look at the May 2018 edition of HRM Magazine Asia.

The May edition of HRM Magazine Asia will be out tomorrow (May 3), and here's a sneak peek at the key stories from the upcoming issue. 


Among the many highlights are: 

Cover story: HR Summit & Expo Asia 2018 keynote speaker Jason Jennings on the benefits of servant leadership

In-depth: Blockchain technology's impact on HR and businesses

HR Insider: Japanese healthcare group Takeda Pharmaceutical's HR consolidation

Feature: Legal impacts for the gig economy

12-page Special Report on HR Transformation, Strategy, and Design: Analysis of unique organisational structures, seasoned HR practitioner Philippa Penfold's number one tip for effective HR transformation, and thought leader Jason Averbook on "redefining the future of work", and more. 


Do make sure to check out the magazine here from tomorrow!

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Lush Australia may owe as much as $2 million to current and former employees
- 15 Aug 2018
The lapse was due to outdated payroll systems that were unable to keep up with business growth.
Jet Airways decides against pay cuts
- 08 Aug 2018
Following employee protests, and despite financial difficulties, the Indian carrier has decided not to slash employee salaries.
French worker wins right-to-disconnect battle
- 06 Aug 2018
His ex-employer was found to have breached his right to disconnect from work.
Millions of Australians now eligible for domestic violence leave
- 01 Aug 2018
The new entitlement follows a recent decision by Australia's Fair Work Commission.
Nike to raise salaries of 7,500 employees globally
Kelvin Ong - 24 Jul 2018
The salary increment follows a recent internal global pay review spurred by doubts about the company's HR practices.
Kiwi firm experiments with four-day working week
- 23 Jul 2018
Perpetual Guardian's six-week trial saw an overall improvement in workforce productivity.