Malaysia is in good economic shape, being ranked the second best country in the ASEAN region for growing business, according to Grant Thornton Global Dynamism Index. Also, at the time of print, the country was at the cusp of the most divisive elections yet. HRM examines how the country is delivering the right mix of talent for the continued success of the country
Small gestures; Big impacts
Kelvin Ong - 03 Nov 2016
Monetary rewards are always nice to receive, but they can also feel impersonal. HRM Asia discovers why sincerity, and not cash, is becoming the highest form of flattery to employees
Getting into the act
Sham Majid - 19 Oct 2016
As demand for science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills continues to rise, organisations are pushing through with new strategies to cultivate a dynamic and work-ready community.
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?
The “incentive” and stick approach
Sham Majid - 28 Nov 2014
Rethinking pension plan
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 27 Nov 2014
Singapore has recently been placed among the top ten pension systems in the world. HRM explores how companies can further restructure compensation packages to include a viable corporate pension plan.
Embedding a culture of health
HRM Asia - 05 Nov 2014
Glenn Riseley, founder and president of the Global Corporate Challenge shares why a culture of health has to start from the ground-up