Tim Sackett will be at HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 to discuss the evolution of employees and how organisations can focus on their people.
To help employees find a fulfilling career, organisations can start by understanding what different employees are prioritising at work.
Taking regular breaks from prolonged sitting during work can help employees gain better physical and mental health.
Elon Musk had earlier told employees to return to the office, a policy that is now called into question as he reportedly looks to close more offices globally.
Richard Thompson has been appointed as the company’s Global Head of ESG and Employee Experience.
The appointments come as the company looks to continue its strong growth momentum in the Asia-Pacific region.
CEO Bob Iger has cited the importance of in-person collaboration as the reason for asking employees to be in the office four times a week.
Flexible work arrangements and reduced working hours are some of the ways organisations can help employees find the optimal work-life balance.
The appointment of Tess Lumsdaine will allow Baker McKenzie to help cllients structure employment arrangements and improve change management.
Removing recurring meetings can free up time for employees to prioritise and work on projects that really matter.
Saying that employees did not join Shopify to sit in meetings, the company has moved to remove most meetings from the calendar of employees.
The appointment of Graham highlights Manulife’s commitment to Hong Kong and Macau and the company’s ambitions in the region.
Lisa Vandertogt, Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp, highlights the key people skills that will allow managers to be successful leaders.
The marketing and communications leader is re-joining Fujitsu as Head of Marketing for Asia Pacific and will support Fujitsu’s growth in the region.
Since August 2022, the Workday HCM has been deployed across 14 markets, with plans to introduce it in five ASEAN markets in 2023.
Albert Liew, Managing Director, Singapore & Indochina, BIPO, details the key benefits payroll outsourcing can bring to organisations.
With people key for organisational success, attracting and retaining the best talent is on the agenda of every HR and business leader heading into 2023.
Attracting, managing, and retaining talent was a key discussion point at HRM Asia’s CHRO Series Singapore 2022, which took place on December 1.
Underperformance on DEI could have an adverse impact on organisations when it comes to recruitment and retention.
While real median income increased from 2021, growth was tempered by the continuing impact of high inflation.
By the end of February 2023, Snapchat employees will be required to physically return to the office for at least four days a week.
Nick Goldberg, CEO of EZRA, suggests that the future of L&D is coaching, which is a more effective tool that training, mentoring, or consulting.
Workforce optimisation is a critical lever in driving business continuity and profitability through any type of change, highlights Workday’s Pannie Sia.
People and culture initiatives need to be developed in a way that scales across the entire organisation, says Tony Tran, Lead People Scientist, Culture Amp.
A change-ready culture driven by the behaviours and performance of leaders is pivotal to manage disruption and prepare employees for change.
Taking place from 10-11 May 2023, HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 will discuss the most pertinent workplace issues facing organisations in Asia.
Tony Tran, Lead People Scientist, Culture Amp, explains why effective performance management can help create happy and productive employees.
Organised by HRM Asia, the CHRO Series Indonesia is kicking off today at the Shangri-La Hotel in Indonesia.
Billy Elliott, Regional Director APAC, Top Employers Institute, highlights what it takes for organisations to be an employer of choice.
Singapore’s Centre for Fathering is advocating for family-friendly workplace policies that can create happier families and more productive employees.