The AI-driven software enables organisations to deconstruct jobs, evaluate work alternatives and reconfigure tasks into new, more optimal jobs.
Despite majority of people working remotely due to the pandemic, companies in Singapore are insufficiently prepared for cyber-attacks.
As Singapore exits the circuit breaker on June 1, employers are urged to continue allowing telecommuting “to the maximum extent”.
Speaking at the HR Tech Fest Connect 2020, Gaurava Sahi, Expert Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company, urged the HR industry to start thinking differently.
The new jobs will be a mix of openings for fresh graduates to apply as trainees, as well as more specialised roles for seasoned professionals.
Speaking exclusively at the HR Tech Fest Connect, Josh Bersin discusses how the HR technology market will evolve in this new world of work.
The EFMD EiP Awards recognise outstanding client-supplier partnerships in Leadership, Professional, Talent & Organisational Development.
Leaders need to adapt to the new world of work quickly if they are to keep pace with the rapid changes of the new remote workforce.
Companies’ support for their employees during the current COVID-19 crisis is one of the main drivers for brand trust among consumers.
Twitter also added that those who want to return to the office will need to wait until at least September and reopening will be ‘careful’
It was an exciting Day One of the HR Tech Fest Connect 2020 as industry leaders converged virtually to share insights in the new world of remote work.
The programme will help support more Malaysian businesses and protect jobs that are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The cuts will affect 1,900 staff as the home-sharing company grapples with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the travel industry.
It will help companies better respond to employee wellness assessment, shift management, contact tracing and emergency response management.
The COVID-19 recovery plan, which will cost US$493 million, looks to provide 1 million jobs in provinces and rural areas for workers.
Low Peck Kem, CHRO & Senior Director (Workforce Development), Singapore Public Service Division, PMO, President, SHRI, will discuss how to best reskill our workforce to be ready for the future.
Malaysia Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has asked employers to allow flexible work arrangements and staggered hours for their employees.
Falling profits due to the COVID-19 outbreak has forced the technology firm to cut its management’s pay and asked its staff to take no-pay leave.
In his session, Steve Boese, President & Co-Founder, H3 HR Advisors, will discuss how organisations and their people can thrive in the new normal.
The one-stop solutions platform will help HR employers better engage their employees with flexible compensation, lifestyle perks, and rewards.
EXCLUSIVE: In this age of the millennial workforce and rapidly changing technology, employers need to evolve their approach to employee experience.
The pandemic has brought the largest Southeast Asian economy to a standstill, with businesses having to shut down and lay off their employees.
The inter-agency advisory provides some tips for employers to better support their employees during this time of remote working.
With remote working becoming the future of the workforce, employers are looking to increase their investments in technology to support it.
EXCLUSIVE: While employers look to ensure the productivity of their employees while they work remotely, they should not neglect their well-being.
During his virtual session on May 13, he will unveil 10 new guideposts that organisations need to start thinking and acting upon.
The best employers in Singapore have been revealed in a latest survey which was participated by more than 8,000 employees.
COVID-19 pandemic has made the model unsustainable as it faced a variety of business challenges due to changing customer priorities.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced the extension of the circuit breaker for four more weeks after a spike in cases since its implementation.
One of the most important factors of being productive is having a conducive place to work. Marie Kondo shares tips on how to create one at home.