Sunil Puri, Head of Asia-Pacific Research, Center for Creative Leadership, explains why and how boards in Asia can ramp up their tech-savvy quotient.
A new research by ADP reveals that workplace trends that were five years in the making, have arrived ahead of time.
Audrey Cheong, Managing Director, FedEx Singapore, shares the leadership lessons she has learned in logistics and the crucial role they have played during COVID-19
EXCLUSIVE: We spoke to Samir Bedi, Partner, People Advisory Services, EY, on what it takes to build a data-literate workforce.
The latest survey from Leapgen, a global consultancy firm, examines how organisations need to create workforce experiences that works for today’s new model of work.
Employers need to adapt quickly and view non-degree skills-based hiring as a new approach to sourcing and acquiring talent.
With remote working becoming a norm following the COVID-19 pandemic, you might need to make some changes to your management style.
HR policies and practices are constantly being reviewed and reshaped, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change the way we work.
The COVID-19 pandemic is set to change many functions of HR, and one of them is Payroll. How can organisations adapt to the changes?
Speaking at the HR Tech Fest Connect 2020, Lorna Borenstein, CEO and Founder of Grokker, says employers must rethink how they engage their people.
To survive and thrive in the new world of work, organisations will need more agile processes, workflows and people.
The AFL has implemented a new LMS system, which is powered by the Totata Learn and Androgogic Totara Plus suite of products.
Speaking exclusively at HR Tech Fest Connect 2020, Steve Boese cautioned organisations on how their actions during the COVID-19 pandemic will shape their future.
Speaking exclusively at HR Tech Fest Connect 2020, John Sumser described the “incredible opportunity” for companies to build a fully data-driven decision process for the future.
Speaking at the HR Tech Fest Connect 2020, Gaurava Sahi, Expert Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company, urged the HR industry to start thinking differently.
You can't develop a perfect plan, but you can take many steps that will help your organization emerge from the pandemic with fewer battle wounds.
Speaking exclusively at HR Tech Fest Connect 2020, Jason Averbook urged organisations to embrace the new Now of Work by changing how they think and work.
Speaking exclusively at the HR Tech Fest Connect, Josh Bersin discusses how the HR technology market will evolve in this new world of work.
Leaders need to adapt to the new world of work quickly if they are to keep pace with the rapid changes of the new remote workforce.
As the world anxiously waits for the lockdown from COVID-19 to end, a new generation of workers is evolving and getting ready to take on the new world of work.
Stress is not something we can avoid, but burnout should be. How are you making sure the latter doesn't happen to you?
Psychological safety will be more important than ever as employees get back to work after the COVID-19 crisis.
How can HR leaders build capabilities and re-invent learning and development during these uncertain times of the COVID-19 pandemic?
Getting culture right is crucial at any time—but it’s particularly important in times of crisis such as this.
Craig Ellis, Chief Executive Officer of MSIG Singapore, explains why companies who prioritise their employees and actively engage with them can not only ride over the COVID-19 pandemic, but thrive in its aftermath.
Josh Bersin, who will be speaking at the HR Tech Fest Connect, shares how we design our organisations for resilience during a crisis like this.
EXCLUSIVE: In the wake of ‘circuit breaker’ measures introduced to contain the COVID-19 outbreak, Workforce Singapore highlights how companies can make remote working a success.
EXCLUSIVE: In this age of the millennial workforce and rapidly changing technology, employers need to evolve their approach to employee experience.
EXCLUSIVE: While technology plays an instrumental role in enabling a remote working environment, Telstra is also adopting a flexible approach that has enabled the company to empower its staff.
In the second of a 2-part article, Karen Tay examines the challenges of collaboration and balancing social life in a remote work setting.