A new report from SumTotal Systems highlights how organisations can take a strategic approach to close skills gaps.
Elisa Vincent, VP of Global Talent Enablement, Skillsoft, shares key insights into what it takes to be a successful business leader today.
What are the strategic skills and focus areas that are increasingly critical for succeeding in a progressively uncertain future?
While the debate rages on in many countries if COVID-19 vaccination should be mandatory, all considerations should be people-driven.
Research from Sapient Insights Group highlights emerging trends on HR and workforce planning technology.
A new report by Achievers highlights why an effective and successful workforce starts with employees who feel that they belong.
First Advantage's Guna Govin reveals how the cost of not screening potential hires can far exceed the cost of limiting risk.
Kevin Martin, Chief Research Officer at i4cp, highlights what organisations need to do to ensure they have the skills and capabilities to move forward.
Katie Burke, Chief People Officer at Hubspot, details some of the skills that matter most in developing current and future people leaders.
Josh Bersin describes the number of innovative options that are currently available in a robust HR tech market.
With the help of Globalization Partners, Fusion Sport was able to accelerate their global expansion, from months to days.
ADP discusses how HR can take the lead in designing a new world of work with a multigenerational workforce.
SAP SuccessFactors' HR Connect SEA 2021 highlighted how the role of HR is evolving as a hybrid workforce continues to emerge.
Jon Ingham, Director of the Strategic HR Academy, highlights the importance of HR adopting a people-centric approach, with a clear focus on employees.
Adrian Seligman, Chief Commercial Officer of Top Employers Institute, discusses how organisations in Asia can improve employee well-being.
A new report by Mercer Marsh Benefits examines the most pertinent stakeholder threats to employers in Asia today.
Lucy Adams, a keynote speaker at HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021, identifies the top three characteristics of great HR leaders.
Ceridian’s Rob Squires describes how organisations can effectively deliver a unified employee experience in the new world of work.
Facebook’s Amer Iqbal explains how an ancient Japanese martial arts learning model can be used to drive successful organisational change.
ADP highlights how organisations can optimise their payroll systems in the midst of disruption brought forth by the pandemic.
For many years, SP PACE Academy has been at the forefront of reskilling and upskilling employees in Singapore.
Lars Schmidt, a keynote speaker at HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021, examines how HR is being redefined.
With a range of customised and inclusive product offerings, Prudential is helping organisations build a healthier and more productive workforce.
Peter Cappelli highlights why organisations need to invest more time into thinking through their work-from-home policies.
Meijer turned to Achievers to implement a formal recognition programme that will recognise and reward team members for their daily contributions.
Steve Boese, President and Co-Founder of H3 HR Advisors, explains how a skills-centred approach to talent management is manifesting in HR technology.
Maxis explains how it is actively playing a role in building talent for Malaysia, particularly in the key areas of digitalisation and emerging technologies.
A new eBook from Achievers explains why an effective employee recognition strategy is critical for business success in a new world of work.
A new report from Achievers looks to address the disconnect between management and employees when it comes to engagement and recognition
Josh Bersin highlights the six key employee experience principles need to create a culture of trust and transparency.