Employers have a number of tools at their disposal, from emerging technologies to reimagined current processes, to ready employees to work from home.
During a crisis such as this, one of the critical roles of HR is to foster a sense of safety, trust and collective thinking in its people.
What kind of technologies are on a ‘trickle down’ journey into the world of L&D and what can we learn from some high-profile examples?
While many companies are focused on their businesses during these tough times, they should not forget about engaging their employees.
Data can be an important tool in meeting those goals for CHROs who are dealing with COVID-19 measures at their companies.
The COVID-19 outbreak has presented a test on companies’ work-from-home programs and how they ensure employee safety and business continuity.
Despite serious dollars spent on HR technology, buyers remain unsatisfied with the return on investment. So what is the disconnect?
A new survey finds on-site employees often resent their remote colleagues. So how do employers combat the resentment?
Companies can get an edge in the war for talent with resources tailored to younger employees’ unique expectations.
Josh Bersin, who will be speaking at the HR Tech Festival Asia, shared his insights on management shifts, career development and employee experience.
There are many things occupying the minds of HR leaders around the world – from mergers, acquisitions to the COVID-19 outbreak.
What areas should your organisation look out for this year in terms of Payroll and HR Trends in Asia?
Are you considering using intelligent tools (machine learning/AI) in your HR or operations processes? Here are some questions to ask potential vendors.
While employee performance is usually at the fore of employers’ mind, compensation should go hand-in-hand in their people strategies.
ADP is the biggest HR technology company with over 800,000 customers. John Sumser takes a look at what goes behind the company.
Employees today do not just want meaningful jobs, fair pay, transparency and growth, but kindness in their workplaces as well.
With technology transforming how businesses and HR function, what do HR leaders really think about HR technology?
HR has long been due a seat at the board leadership table. And with more boards recognising HR as a strategic partner, how can HR leaders play a part?
A new survey finds many HR professionals aren’t keen on using social platforms to find talent.
What you can learn from Justin Timberlake, Facebook and others to see results from your diversity efforts.
As the workforce today is going through transformation, so must Human Resource and its payroll systems that support it.
Technology is changing how HR is engaging employees and one technologies to watch out for are chatbots and voice-activated HR systems.
Transformation is the response to both customer and competition, and companies are best served when they create their strategy proactively, not reactively.
Introverts can bring diversity of thought to organizations, but they’re under-represented in the ranks of many business leadership.
With the Fourth Industrial Revolution taking place and transforming every aspect of businesses today, how can HR evolve in its role?
Every business wants to find the best person for the job. But what does ‘best’ really mean in today’s changing and modern workforce?
With flexible working becoming a trend, it has given rise to the number of people working remotely. What can companies do to help them work better?
Digitalisation is set to transform and evolve businesses and jobs all over the world. The question is, how do you reskill and prepare your staff for it?
As jobs are getting increasingly digitalised and automated, employers must also change the way they see employee engagement and experience.
From exclusive case studies to the biggest HR interviews, here are five of the favourite pieces that caught readers’ eyes throughout the year of 2019.