For a fast-moving technology company like Cisco, digital transformation has come fast and furious. So has their HR transformation.
Recently ranked third in Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work 2020, it’s no wonder the people at Shell have little reason to leave the company.
There’s a reason why Cisco is voted the best place to work globally. And that has to do with the focus on its “teams” which is the bedrock of its culture.
It’s been quite a journey for Shell as it transforms its traditional HR function and people strategies in this increasingly digital world.
Cisco topped the list in the authoritative Great Place to Work survey. What makes them such a great place to work in? It’s the company’s promise to its people.
As a human resources expert for more than 30 years, Leslie Hayward has always been a big supporter of representing local talent at oil & gas giant Shell.
The co-working space provider is not scaling back says Southeast Asia managing director Turochas Fuad.
The Japanese carmaker is now creating its own smart city for testing Artificial Intelligence, robots and self-driving cars.
The Association of Cryptocurrency Enterprises and Start-ups, Singapore (ACCESS) is first organisation in the world to use this tech for an AGM.
Sales staff need to show their people skills above technical ones, according to the Managing Director of BMW Group Asia.
More job opportunities in tech, marketing and product development are expected from the vibrant startup ecosystem this year.
CEO Alex Hungate and Head of HR Lilian Tan are steering the airline services business through two transformations at the same time.
O.C. Tanner’s second annual Global Culture Report offers a holistic view of the modern workplace as it sits within the global economy and society at large.
New reporting rules in the UK reveal ratio of executives’ pay is more than 100 times greater than their average workers.
More rebellions could be on the cards this year as disgruntled employees speak out, aided by advances in technology and communications.
With a workforce of more than 17,000 spread across the world, people are a big part of CEO Alex Hungate’s role.
Being remunerated based on your company’s profits comes with big rewards, and also big risks as Apple boss Tim Cook has just discovered.
Around 7,000 food delivery riders have been affected by zero-tolerance policy on riding on Singapore’s footpaths.
JP Morgan is a leading example and award winner for helping redress the gender imbalance in the tech sector.
The world’s largest auto-parts supplier is the latest company to suffer from India’s dramatic economic slowdown.
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LinkedIn’s 2020 Emerging Jobs Report highlights 15 of the fastest-growing roles for next year – one is a full stack engineer.
At the cutting edge of fintech, PayPal says it needs to make sure its people keep evolving and building new skills.
Microsoft and PayPal are two companies that have decided to give their employees something very precious this festive season – time.
Anti-government protests in Hong Kong dominated the news headlines this year and may have long-term repercussions for companies based there.
The telco has spent a lot of time and effort on building a strong culture which will help guide it during its ambitious growth.
CEO Tim Cook explains how businesses can create apps just for use within their organisation during his trip to Singapore.
Google, Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft make the top 10 list of best places to work, according to employees’ feedback.
Bankers at Japan’s second largest bank are now allowed to wear jeans, shorts and sneakers to compete with cool fintechs.