If managed well, organisations can transform the 'Great Resignation' to the 'Great Attraction', attracting and retaining the best talent.
Microsoft’s Return to Workplace solution is helping to create a safe and productive work environment in a resilient and digitally inclusive Singapore.
Dr C J Meadows, Director, The Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center at SP Jain School of Global Management, identifies keys to innovation.
Sophie Guerin, Head of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, APAC, Johnson & Johnson, highlights how organisations can embrace and integrate DEI.
Jeanne Achille, Founder and CEO of The Devon Group, describes emerging trends that HR needs to consider for 2022.
Jason Averbook, CEO and Co-Founder of Leapgen, explains why creating a people-centric workforce experience will be a key HR objective in 2022.
Elements Global Services answers all the questions you may have about Employer of Records and Professional Employment Organisations.
Top Employers Institute's Ammara Naeem explains why a well-executed employer branding strategy is key to attract and retain talent.
As hybrid work becomes increasingly prevalent, Qualtrics highlights how organisations can better manage EX programmes.
Creating a people-centric workforce experience that reinforces organisational purpose and culture will be a key HR objective in 2022.
CHRO Singapore highlighted why HR and business leaders should be open to feedback and, utilise technology and data to retain and hire talent
Henry Liew, BIPO’s Principal Data Scientist, explains how data-driven HR will power organisational transformation.
Charles Ferguson, General Manager, Asia Pacific, Globalization Partners, highlights what it takes to create a successful hybrid workplace.
Inspire-Tech shares how they have benefitted from participating in the Work-Study Degree pathway offered by the Singapore Institute of Technology.
Rob Squires, VP for Sales, Asia Pacific and Japan, Ceridian, why organisations need to prioritise EX to retain talent.
With more organisations having to manage hybrid workforces, Achievers explains why recognition can be a key tool for HR leaders.
Gerald Gan, Head of Institute of Business Excellence, NTUC LearningHub, explains why gaining adaptive skills is critical for employees to stay relevant.
Qualtrics highlights the core competencies needed for organisations to grow and improve their EX programmes.
Dr Oliver Crocco, who will be speaking at CHRO Singapore, highlights why HR development in ASEAN should be seen as part of an ecosystem.
CHRO Malaysia highlighted some of the key challenges facing CHROs today, including placing their people at the heart of all business strategies.
More organisations are recognising the significant role EX can play in attracting, retaining, and developing talent, says Qualtrics.
Vaibhav Jain, CEO and Founder of Hubilo, explains why businesses must rethink employees’ experience and leverage technology to overcome challenges.
HR leaders will have to adapt to digitalisation, balance empathy at work, and promote smart risk-taking in the workplace.
The Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants highlights what it takes for organisations to advance their digital transformation journey.
Steve Boese explains why it is more important to use HR to support employees at a personal level, and be mindful of how employees respond.
A recent webinar presented by Workday and HRM Asia highlighted why employee experience is a priority as hybrid working grows.
Josh Bersin details the critical components to consider when designing deskless work strategies and the employee experience for deskless workers.
A white paper from SumTotal Systems highlights the core components of an effective learning shared service governance model.
Benny Ramos, Director, Customer Success, Skillsoft, discusses how learning has played a central role in how organisations react to the pandemic.
Aaron Laznovsky, Senior Principal Product Manager, Talent Management, SumTotal Systems, provides tips on overcoming talent management challenges.