Disgruntled staff are seeking revenge in creative ways by targeting technology and data to sabotage the workplace.
The postal service revealed it may have underpaid up to 22,000 staff since 2010 and is getting ready to compensate them.
Good leaders need to show their compassionate side not just to their employees but to the community as a whole.
The wearable technology is growing in popularity but many fear what will happen to the data collected.
See all the photos from HRM Asia's CHRO Series Singapore, which took place at the Marriott Tang Plaza, Jakarta, on November 13.
Despite Indonesia being Southeast Asia’s biggest economy, it is being bypassed by Chinese companies in favour of its nimbler neighbours.
Small firms may not be ready for new measures to shorten the maximum weekly working hours from 68 hours to 52.
It’s a small country known for being a leading financial centre with clean and safe streets – and no it’s not Singapore.
With Hong Kong on the brink of an emergency, companies across the city are taking extra measures to protect their staff.
A blockchain model is being developed that allows payments by different currencies on the same network that are faster, cheaper and safer.
HR professionals are coming together from the maritime industry to help it deal with digitalisation, decarbonisation and disruption.
The country's entrepreneurial ecosystem is growing fast helped by an injection of venture capital and the success of its neighbours.
The founder and managing director of EtonHouse International explains the similarities between nurturing staff and students.
As HR becomes more technology-focused, holograms could make the leap from Hollywood movies to a real-life recruitment tool.
Once a dream job, the role of captain or first officer of the skies is now far more automated and routine, says AirAsia HR chief.
The fourth installment of CHRO Series in Singapore took place at the Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel on November 13.
Candidates in seven contract roles are the most sought after within the financial services sector, and surprisingly they aren’t all in technology.
Surprises all round as Britain’s overseas secret service named as a key employer driving social mobility in the UK.
Microsoft is five years into its digital and cultural transformation explaining it’s a continual journey that must involve all stakeholders from the top down.
While most employees won’t see a pay rise next year, specialist technology positions will get salary uplifts according to recruitment firm.
The sportswear maker will be moving its robot technology to Asia and closing down two modern plants in Germany and the US.
Authorities in China are doubling down on national efforts to eradicate wage defaults across the economy.
A training session from over a year ago has caused some public relations headaches for consulting firm EY.
Microsoft is shifting its search engine Bing from a general-purpose tool to focus on catering to businesses.
Japanese women have taken to Twitter to voice outcry after reports that employers are imposing bans on spectacles in the workplace.
The Italian capital was hit by multiple public sector strike actions, as trade unionists continue their fight against the new Mayor.
HRM Asia presents five of the best HR Information Systems currently helping organisations administer HR processes, while keeping employees engaged.
The majority of digital transformations fail because companies focus too much on the technology and structures not enough on the people involved.
Goldman Sachs extends its already-generous employee benefits to include purchasing eggs from donors.