For a fast-moving technology company like Cisco, digital transformation has come fast and furious. So has their HR transformation.
NTUC Income's digitalisation journey hasn't been easy, but it has been a transformative one which has enabled them to attract more talents.
From managing people at big organisations to leading people at her own startup. How did Snaphunt founder Tulika Tripathi make the transition?
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.
For start-ups like Snaphunt, it's all about finding the right talent. But what kind of talent do they look for?
It's been quite a journey for Shell as it transforms its traditional HR function and people strategies in this increasingly digital world.
With cases of the Wuhan virus set to increase, it's important for employees to take precautions at their workplaces. It's better safe than sorry.
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.
The term "gamification" has been around for a long time. But companies today are still reluctant and unclear on how to engage their employees using it.
With flexible working becoming a trend, it has given rise to the number of people working remotely. What can companies do to help them work better?
We often ask “Did you Google it?". Now Snaphunt founder and CEO Tulika Tripathi wants people to ask “Did you Snaphunt it?” when it comes to hiring.
Digitalisation is set to transform and evolve businesses and jobs all over the world. The question is, how do you reskill and prepare your staff for it?
Women are still earning less than men in today's workforce. But why is that so in the diverse and inclusive society we claim we are?
Like it or not, office politics are part and parcel of work. But what can we do to better manage or better still, avoid it?
With the rise of the gig economy in the new year, there is an increasing need for employers to know how to manage contract and freelance staff.
With the rise of Artificial Intelligence, should you be afraid of your job being replaced by a robot? Our writer gives his two cents on whether you should.
What is your company doing to be more environmentally friendly? Here are some ways your office can help save the earth in the new year.
2020 is set to be a year of change in the Asia Pacific as countries face different sets of challenges in the economic and talent market. Here are the top talent trends to look out for.
HR Tech columnist Steve Boese looks into the crystal ball to see what are the latest trends that will dominate HR technology in 2020.
With the wave of digital transformation set to grow strong in 2020, it's vital for HR to adapt to the changes. We take a look at some of the top HR trends in the new year.
Finding the right person for the job can be a frustrating, time consuming and costly process. Here are some tips for you to land the perfect candidate.
2019 has been a year of digital transformation across the region and HRM Asia has got it all covered. Here are the top digitalisation stories of the year.
Let’s take a look back on some of the biggest news in the region that have made 2019 one of the most defining years in the employment world.
As digital transformation picks up pace in 2020 and IT teams become more crucial in businesses, here are some tips on how to better equip them.
Silicon Valley business analyst , best-selling author, and technology commentator R “Ray” Wang is set to join the lineup for HR Tech Festival Asia 2020.
Employee retention is set to be the main challenge for employers in the new year. Here are some tips on how you can retain your best talents.
Sleeping at work tends to be frowned upon. But studies have shown there are many benefits in allowing employees to take short naps at work.
HR Tech Festival Asia is set to be the biggest ever conference for the professional HR and tech communities in Asia.
A new CHRO could seize the chance to address the sexual harassment allegations suddenly plaguing the company.