Taking place on December 1, the CHRO Series Singapore will discuss topics such as building a talent management strategy that embraces innovation.
A recent webinar organised by HRM Asia, in partnership with Accenture and Oracle, explored talent management strategies for HR leaders.
By investing in employee skills development, SkillsFuture Singapore is helping employers to create a productive workforce to grow and succeed.
HRM Asia’s CHRO Series Malaysia will pave the way for sustainable employee journeys and highlight trends in human capital management.
In her new role, Zhang will be responsible for driving growth and operational excellence for ADP in Asia Pacific.
Businesses use coaching to deliver change, thus creating opportunities for coaching to be democratised.
The Multiplier platform feature simplifies the logistics of IT equipment and helps employers overcome the challenges of hiring internationally.
Organised by HRM Asia, CHRO Series Indonesia will explore the latest hybrid work models that can empower leaders to build successful HR teams.
In the process of a job search, acquaintances are found to be more vital than close friends or family, particularly among employees in high-tech sectors.
Air Liquide is also creating better employee experiences and making itself an employer of choice with Workday HCM.
Natalia Navin, CHRO for Maxis, discusses the strategies the telco has implemented to empower employees to attain greater success in their work.
The first instalment of HR Leadership Series: Live will shed light on strategies that will shape the way organisations work in 2023 and beyond.
Amazon’s three-pronged work-from-home strategy places emphasis on how employees work rather than where they are working from.
Having transparency across its talent management process allows Royal Golden Eagle (RGE) to make data-driven decisions in driving growth.
The Tripartite Workgroup on Representation for Platform Workers (TWG) will propose a framework for representation of digital platform workers.
HRM Asia’s CHRO Series Indonesia will return for its 7th edition on October 20 this year at Shangri-La in Jakarta.
Beginning September 5, a mandatory three-day work policy will see employees return on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and a regular third day.