Tim Sackett, who will be speaking at HR Tech Festival Asia 2023, examines the potential impact Generative AI can have on the future of work.
Anjali Byce, Chief Human Resource Officer at STL, highlights some key measures HR leaders can take to attract and retain the best talent.
A study in the UK found that, after shortening the workweek, things were better for employees, and at least no worse for employers.
Kawal Preet, President, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa region, FedEx Express, calls for gender equity and equal opportunities for all in the workplace.
Taking a skills-based approach to investing in the future of employees is the best enabler to future-proof an organisation, says Anne Fulton.
Rachele Focardi, Founder of XYZ@Work, shares how organisations can build the workforce of the future through Next Generation Mobility.
Amer Iqbal, Founder and CEO of 5 Ways To Innovate, examines if the metaverse can be the next revolution that will transform the workplace.
Josh Bersin highlights how organisations can embrace new approaches to L&D closely aligned with business and employee needs.
Ceridian’s Rob Squires explains why organisations need a culture of change-readiness that is flexible enough to handle a variety of disruptions.
Creating security is the first principle of creating an environment where people really want to engage and thrive, writes Martin Laschkolnig.
Flexibility working is crucial for retaining employees, but they need more control over their working arrangements to make the most of hybrid work.
While sound talent management can yield significant financial rewards, traditional accounting strategies often do not reflect these benefits.
The reduction of top executives’ salaries provides HR with the opportunity to strengthen employee morale and retention during a period of layoffs.
Kath Greenhough, APAC VP, Skillsoft, identifies the key strategies that can address the learning needs and styles of employees.
In the competitive HR tech marketplace, it is the service commitment of vendors that sets them apart from each other, Steve Boese writes.
Josh Bersin provides his outlook on the areas in the HR technology market that will have the most growth potential in 2023.
Steve Wood, Vice President, APJ, Aruba, highlights three ways CHROs can tap into the enterprise network for a stronger HR approach in 2023.
Global speaker and author Shiv Khera highlights the three key skills that will bring about success in life and in the workplace.
Top Employers Institute has announced their 2023 APAC Top Employers, which are organisations that have achieved HR best practice excellence.
Abdulaziz Al-Oudan, EVP, Corporate Human Resources, SABIC, discusses the initiatives that make SABIC an employer of choice.
Josh Bersin discusses how organisations can manage layoffs more effectively, even in uncertain economic times.
While recruiting and retention remain HR leaders’ top focus, there have been some shifts in other areas, a survey from Human Resource Executive has found.
Although there is a desire for clarity regarding the future of the industry, it is challenging to make accurate predictions.
Organisations can create a productive and meaningful workplace for employees by developing an experience based on purpose.
Josh Bersin explains why organisations need to start re-evaluating pay equity, transparency and pay practices.
Dr C J Meadows explains why adopting a Design Thinking approach can help organisations create a great employee experience.
HR is pivoting to Human Development (HD) with stakeholder management becoming more paramount than just delivering profits.
Sunil Puri of the Centre for Creative Leadership (CCL), details the actions organisations must take to drive global Asian leader development initiatives.
Mallory Loone, Co-Founder of Work Inspires, provides tips on how organisations can redesign the right employee experiences for their employees.
Docebo’s Gavin Russell explains why organisations must break free of traditional learning experiences to deliver the workforce of the future.