A largely remote workforce and a global pandemic is making not just health offerings, but an array of benefits, even more important.
Jason Averbook offers 10 HR reimaginations for a ‘better normal’ as organisations rethink how they operate.
Dell Technologies’ Eric Goh discusses with HRM Asia the emergence of Gen Z-ers in the workforce, and how organisations can future-proof employee skills in a digital world.
Why HR’s next steps need to include adopting technology and moving beyond financial survival and workplace safety.
This is the time for HR to re-imagine what it can be and how it can deliver outsized value even in the face of such radical change.
With talent mobility more important than ever in this new era of work, what are the four mindset shifts organisations need to adopt?
What are the key considerations of returning to the workplace? Communication, explaining why and remaining creative and flexible.
HR must become more efficient by eliminating and letting go of work that is not a priority or no longer needed.
What does the workforce expect and need in order to feel engaged, and have these expectations changed in 2020?
Are you recognising and appreciating the contributions of your employees, and do they feel like they belong in the organisation?
Abhijit Bhaduri highlights why organisations need to rethink online learning as they look to better engage with employees.
With much of the focus on transitioning to the new normal, HR leaders must not forget to prepare their workforce for what lies ahead.
It is now a matter of ‘be agile or die’ in the post COVID-19 world. How can organisations make sure they adapt to the new normal?
John Sumser explains why data-driven reduction of bias can lead to better decision-making.
Speaking to HRM Asia, Tata Communications’ Andrew Yeong details how the company is approaching the journey to digital transformation.
This is an exciting and important time for companies to unlearn what they have learnt for so many years in order to adapt to the new normal.
What is the science behind 'adaptability'? What are the tangible benefits and can you develop it?
The company is also introducing a new Group Early Critical Illness coverage this month, which is designed to provide payout for early stage critical illnesses.
The COVID-19 pandemic has steered leadership in a new direction as leaders look to help navigate their organisations in the new normal.
The consultant and author advises caution in evaluating the influx of HR tools flooding the market right now.
These methods will help HR leaders address transparency and empathy gaps with the workforce, especially when change is the only reliable constant.
HR should focus on these areas to drive consistent and measurable improvement in D&I, says HR Tech Influencer Anne Fulton.
Here are 7 things that employers need to think about before returning to workplaces in the midst of COVID-19 pandemic.
HR thought leader Jason Averbook shares how the radical disruption of 2020 has forced five resets in the world of work.
The speaker, author and professor shares his outlook on the pandemic’s impact on HR Tech. Ulrich will also be a keynote speaker at HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2020.
WSG has continued to help mid-career employees in Singapore transition to new careers.
Feedback from employees is now more important than ever as organisations explore what works or not for their business.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about a change in HR’s role, including the increasing importance placed on health and safety.
Google Singapore’s Ben King explains to HRM Asia the company’s role in the Skills Ignition SG programme, and how it is helping to reshape L&D needs.
Here are three fresh tips HR leaders can use to better recognise workers’ needs and support them during COVID-19.