Universal Robots and Singapore's e2i are partnering to provide training in robotics solutions and automation equipment.
Employee coaching is a key strategy to support employees to grow, learn new skills, and become innovative problem-solvers.
Some of the key takeaways from HRM Asia's 2018 Learning and Development Conference.
The proposed "Shining Monday" scheme in Japan will give qualified workers one morning off per month.
One of the world’s largest media organisations is seeking a Regional Head of HR for Southeast Asia.
Japan is looking to significantly increase its foreign workforce, with the government creating new classes of work permits for specific target industries.
Self-proclaimed “activist” investment fund group Blue Orca accused the CEO of Samsonite of résumé fraud, with Ramesh Tainwala stepping down in response.
Meet the HR Vicki - Teledirect Telecommerce's intelligent FAQ function for employees.
Rounding out the top three are Shell Malaysia and Nestlé.
Singapore-based employees at the Big Four firm will now have flexible dress code options everyday.
Angry at being fired, a man threw a molotov cocktail into his ex-employer's office.
Catch up on HRM Magazine Asia's top stories for March 2018, right here. We've got HR Insider with GSK, and the latest on the Grab/Uber acquisition.
Her statement was in response to a video that shows Uber's Singapore employees hastily vacating the office.
This International Women’s Day, we asked “power women” across Asia to share their views on how organisations can play their part.
New research shows that a greater focus on gender diversity might need to be a goal for employers in Singapore in 2018.
A roundup of our coverage for International Women's Day 2018.
Almost half a million more Singapore workers will now be protected by the Employment Act.
In advance of International Women's Day on March 8, here's a guide for how HR can help enable gender parity in the office.
How to figure out if that impressive résumé may be more embellishment than reality.
Low productivity has been particularly detrimental for Singapore’s service industry.