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.
The Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Ministry has an ambitious plan to catalog the skills of more than 20 million trained adults.
A total of 13 companies make the cut with exceptional workplace culture practices including a hotel, delivery firm and recruitment agency.
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) includes 15 member countries and covers half the world's population.
Paternity leave is guaranteed under Japanese law, but few employees attempt to utilise it. One Canadian expat says that led to an uncomfortable workplace.
Companies are taking on more responsibility to supervise their employees’ diets when at work to help them make healthy choices.
Asian boardrooms talk a lot about putting people first but few of them actually do anything about it, says new report.
As part of a Work-Life Choice Challenge the tech giant saw an impressive 40% rise in sales along with a 23% fall in electricity usage.
The nationwide strike affected more than 50 assembly plants throughout the US, but was ended on October 16.
Companies need to design employee benefit programmes that engage their multi-generational staff without breaking the bank.
Digital and tech skills are in hot demand across all industries, so you need to make sure you have built a workplace for them to be at their best.
Investment bank JP Morgan finds itself in the spotlight as footage of employee clashing with security guard goes viral in Singapore.
The demand for specialised technology and financial skills in Singapore will intensify when five new digital banking licences are handed out.
The Readers Choice Awards 2019 gala ceremony was a huge success. Below are real-time updates of all the winners on the night.
A unique CEO, advice on trust, and another axe-swinging bank: it has been a busy month for news and views on the modern Asian workplace.
As the region rapidly expands its assets under management, hedge funds are having to offer better incentives to secure suitable staff.
Serving on the board of a public or private company is a fast-track route to becoming the chief executive, as more women rise up the ranks.
To appeal to the younger generation, some employers are turning to Twitter to make it easier for candidates to apply for roles.
The Hong Kong-based airline is offering free economy class tickets to boost morale among employees who suffered during the political protests.
See all the photos from HRM Asia's CHRO Series Indonesia, which took place at the Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta, on October 25
In a new study, HR professionals rank what’s working for them and what’s not when it comes to talent assessment.
DBS Bank is leveraging a unique internal training programme to build data-literacy skills across its workforce.
Outgoing Minister for Manpower. M Hanif Dhakiri delivered the keynote address at HRM Asia's CHRO Series Indonesia on October 25
Customer experience and efficiency both benefit from a smart-automation strategy, according to a new US report.
The largest employer in the US will road-test a suite of new health benefits, including access to featured providers.
A new self-help book, by Tim Castle, collates advice from motivational and psychology best-sellers, along with the entrepreneur's own experiences.
HRM Asia presents five of the best learning and development specialists currently helping organisations build their learning functions.