Employers have a number of tools at their disposal, from emerging technologies to reimagined current processes, to ready employees to work from home.
EXCLUSIVE: HRM Asia finds out what are some of the measures and technologies companies have implemented during the COVID-19 outbreak.
During a crisis such as this, one of the critical roles of HR is to foster a sense of safety, trust and collective thinking in its people.
What kind of technologies are on a ‘trickle down’ journey into the world of L&D and what can we learn from some high-profile examples?
While many companies are focused on their businesses during these tough times, they should not forget about engaging their employees.
EXCLUSIVE: Amidst the digital transformation at the Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) Singapore, one thing remains at the heart of the company - its people.
Data can be an important tool in meeting those goals for CHROs who are dealing with COVID-19 measures at their companies.
The COVID-19 outbreak has presented a test on companies' work-from-home programs and how they ensure employee safety and business continuity.
Despite serious dollars spent on HR technology, buyers remain unsatisfied with the return on investment. So what is the disconnect?
A new survey finds on-site employees often resent their remote colleagues. So how do employers combat the resentment?
Companies can get an edge in the war for talent with resources tailored to younger employees' unique expectations.
Josh Bersin, who will be speaking at the HR Tech Festival Asia, shared his insights on management shifts, career development and employee experience.
There are many things occupying the minds of HR leaders around the world - from mergers, acquisitions to the COVID-19 outbreak.
What areas should your organisation look out for this year in terms of Payroll and HR Trends in Asia?
Dr. Pan Yaozhang, Head of Data Science, Shopee Singapore, believes the tech industry cannot thrive without input from the female workforce.
In celebration of International Women's Day on March 8, we spoke to women leaders to get their views on challenges faced by women at work.
Vivian Chua, Vice-President, Singapore Managing Director, HP, believes more should be done to challenge the stereotypes of women at work.
Gladys Chun, Head of Legal, Compliance and Government Affairs, Lazada Group, believes women should have equal access to leadership roles.
Jeanne Achille, Founder and CEO of The Devon Group, shares why the possibilities are endless for women in the workplace.
Alice Thien, Vice President, Human Resources, Wirecard APAC, has urged women to make themselves more visible and heard in the workplace.
Giet Koh, Head of Account Management at Deliveroo Singapore, believes mentorship is key for more women to be in leadership positions.
Roselin Lee, Vice President of Human Resources, Shiseido Asia Pacific, believes more needs to be done to recognise women's efforts and achievements.
In celebration of International Women's Day, Joy Koh, Head of Consulting APAC at Alexander Mann Solutions, believes organisations can do more to support women.
Are you ready for the gig economy? Here are some reasons why freelancers should be part of your recruitment strategy.
Razer CEO and founder Tan Min Liang is known as the man responsible for the company's success. But how is he like as a boss?
McDonald's is one of the leaders of automation in the fast-food industry in Singapore. But instead of cutting jobs, they have transformed them.
The gaming world is all about being competitive and having fun at the same time. The same can be said of Razer's people and its culture.
Recognition at McDonald's doesn't happen just annually or monthly, but on a daily basis. So much so it has become a culture at the company.
Instead of being an enforcer of rules, HR has been a partner to employees in NTUC Income's push for digitalisation.
When we think of McDonald's we think of fast food, but it's much more than for its 11,000 employees in Singapore. It's about family.