The July-August issue of HRM Magazine Asia is now available online. Check out the contents, including a full wrap of HR Festival Asia, here.
The biggest stories of July included an in-depth look at people and culture within AirAsia, and the comprehensive restructure of Deutsche Bank.
DBS has gone from a bottom-of-the pile bank to being crowned the world’s best. Its transformation team shares that 10-year journey.
Luke McNeal, from Workplace by Facebook, says the millennial generation has fundamentally changed how employers attract and retain staff.
To seize the opportunities that digitalisation brings, it is essential to equip employees with the right skills by digital training and digital upskilling.
It's a brand new world for Chief HR Officers right now. HRM Asia examines the key talent trends that are shaping the scope of the role.
Thanks to a recent law change, some of Japan's biggest employers are now targeting Southeast Asia labour markets for new recruits.
Deutsche Bank has announced an unprecedented restructure that will see its global workforce reduced by almost 20%.
Training employees on preventing burnout is one thing. Persuading managers to acknowledge its harmful effects is another thing entirely.
Far East Hospitality – a leading hotels and serviced residences provider – believes that treating employees well is the key to business success.
Peter Quinlan, from Tata Communications, says AI can streamline collaboration between humans by automating tedious or repetitive task.
Lisa Butler, Global Chief Talent and Diversity Officer, for Manulife, says celebrations of Pride Month need to be matched by real action from business.
New research, some controversial opinions, and an ominous new trend caught HRM Asia readers' attention over the past month.
Varun Bhatia, AirAsia Group's Chief People Officer, talks exclusively about the low-cost airline's people-first approach.
Leong Chee Tung, CEO of EngageRocket, says companies need to reduce the gap between the promised Employee Value Proposition and reality.
A new report from HR technology analyst Josh Bersin and his team highlights three strategies for performance management in the digital era.
Putting wellbeing at the center of your employer brand can help you stand out in the war for talent, argues Lorna Borenstein.
WeWork's Head of People Yasu Sato explains how the company has leveraged its cultureOS ‘operating system’ to cultivate a workplace that millennials love.
HR Tech China featured a stellar lineup of HR leaders, industry experts and well-known business and thought leaders.
For the last seven years, Goldbell Group - a veteran of the commercial vehicle and warehousing space - has focused on adopting technology in a big way.
Despite the preference for flexi-work by employees, it is still not common for businesses to offer flexible working arrangements.
We need to reimagine how we go about change, and enable leaders to develop a new mind-set and apply the right approaches.
Encouraging skilled workers who have taken career breaks back into the workforce could help businesses struggling with skill shortages.
A frequently-cited reason for the demotions involved employees who were promoted but struggled to succeed in their new roles.
Following up from last week's installment, five more steps to developing an integrated focus on the entire employee experience.
From banking to insurance, more and more industries are reaping the benefits of introducing robotic process automation to their operations.
HR technology isn't just for the big boys – smaller companies can still gain the benefits of sleek and easy-to-use HR platforms.
Examining body language is one reason for the prevailing preference for face-to-face interactions today, including job interviews.
The greatest source of failure in mergers and acquisitions comes from human capital, so strengthening and investing in HR is key.
How to develop an integrated focus on the entire employee experience so that your people have a productive, engaging, enjoyable work experience.