While technology has a role to play in combating gender inequality, organisations can leverage on technology to create more effective strategies.
Speaking at the HR Technology Conference, Microsoft’s Amy Coleman offers insights on building a flexible and inclusive workplace.
Bloomberg is redefining corporate culture through a commitment to employee wellbeing and diversity and inclusion.
While organisations are looking to upskill and reskill their employees, more organisations should look into developing soft skills such as problem-solving.
Pelindo’s commitment to employee wellbeing, including financial education and leadership support, helps employees thrive in a people-centric world.
Performance management within organisations requires a personal touch, and employees and leaders can be empowered to take responsibility for the task.
More CEOs are acknowledging that AI could automate much of their organisation’s work, and they are racing to learn how to use it.
Katerina Hanna, VP, Customer Success APJ, Ceridian, explains why creating meaningful moments of social connection remains a priority for people leaders.
When looking for a partner to address the employees’ needs of their organisation, OLIVER Agency turned to Howden as their insurance brokerage firm.
ESG-HR can address social and governance issues and promote environmental sustainability, writes Dr CJ Meadows.
Modern fatherhood demands a profound commitment to balance career demands with family responsibilities.
Employers need to adapt with the times to engage and retain employees, including deploying AI tools for reskilling of employees for the future.
Organisations need to be more upfront about salaries in job postings to avoid alienating potential new applicants.
Steve Boese discusses the trends of HR technology products, and what it means for HR leaders looking to stand out from the competition.
ESG is quickly becoming more than just a buzzword at many organisations and HR will see itself as a paramount foundation of the policy’s success.
With a vast number of properties, associates and brands, employee engagement across different regions is a priority for Marriott International.
A good team is a basis for any successful HR organisation, and Orica exemplifies this by creating key tenets that drive the organisation forward.
Dr. Cecelia Herbert, Principal XM Catalyst, XM Institute, Qualtrics, highlights how HR leaders can elevate the strategic impact of their EX efforts.
Organisations should develop the talent of employees and stakeholders as a part of changing to a people-centric organisation.
Hummingbird Bioscience recognises employees within for their hard work and dedication, making them a great place for workplace culture.
Ma. Theresa Llamas, CHRO, Newport World Resorts (NWR), is at the forefront of driving change and fostering innovation for her organisation.
Rick Hammel, CEO of Atlas, is recognised for his leadership in driving innovation, fostering inclusivity, and facilitating global talent connections.
Organisations can leverage on generative AI by better understanding the technology and investing in their employees, writes Accenture’s Gaston Carrion.
Managers and leaders need to drive the implementation of family-friendly policies that advance the work-life integration agenda.
Go Ashokh Menon, Agile Coach and Change Agent at One Synergy Global, urges leaders to embrace change and prioritise people development.
The Public Service Division (PSD) of Singapore achieves recognition for its innovative AI-powered One Talent Gateway.
Embracing a transformative shift in employee engagement, organisations are shaping thriving workforces in an adaptable corporate landscape.
‘Back to basics’ is the approach that Kris Wadia, CEO of Humanized Leadership, proposes for employee engagement.
REPH has been honoured for cultivating an inclusive work environment, prioritising talent development and learning opportunities.
Schneider Electric's Nathalie Huynh elaborates on her organisation’s drive to unite progress and sustainability for all employees.