Women are still earning less than men in today's workforce. But why is that so in the diverse and inclusive society we claim we are?
With the rise of Artificial Intelligence, should you be afraid of your job being replaced by a robot? Our writer gives his two cents on whether you should.
Anti-government protests in Hong Kong dominated the news headlines this year and may have long-term repercussions for companies based there.
Accusations of bullying from Razer’s founder and CEO drag tech startups into the spotlight yet again for the way they treats employees.
Singaporean managers are seen as competent, honest and hardworking – but aren’t stepping up to more senior roles.
New forms of digital and decentralized payments offer lots of opportunities to make transactions faster, cheaper and safer.
Good leaders need to show their compassionate side not just to their employees but to the community as a whole.
While it has a reputation as a lean, mean fighting machine of a workforce, the world’s most powerful military is showing its softer side.
Working four days a week has been trialled and tested in many countries, governments and companies with mixed results.
"Gig’’ workers are more likely to be those supplementing existing jobs or earning a little income while looking for full-time job.
A new organisational model that decentralises power and decision-making is gaining popularity in influential circles.
Huawei’s offer of US$1 billion for app developers could be a path to make a profit from your inhouse techpreneurs.
It’s a controversial argument put forward by IBM that questions whether the pace of innovation has unexpectedly slowed.
As Jack Ma stands down from Alibaba with billions in the bank and an entire leadership philosophy in his name, how does anyone follow in his footsteps?
Artificial Intelligence is touching every facet of our lives from the products we buy to the jobs we apply for.
HRM Asia’s Two Cents column returns as senior writer Justin Harper takes a look behind the ongoing unrest in HK
As outgoing HRM Asia journalist Kelvin Ong writes in his final Two Cents column, now is HR's time to move into the spotlight.
Don’t underestimate the power of a genuine conversation, writes Kelvin Ong in this week's Two Cents column.
For Senior Journalist Kelvin Ong - and indeed, many others - the Laurel-Yanny sound clip raised a few questions about cognitive bias at the workplace.
Kelvin Ong gets inside the dangerous world of workplace politics in this edition of his popular Two Cents column.
Layoffs are inevitable in these disruptive times, but they don't have to be ruthless, writes Kelvin Ong in this latest Two Cents.
In this newest Two Cents column, Kelvin Ong asks: Is being consciously unbiased the new way of approaching diversity and inclusion?
"A little party never killed nobody", Fergie once sang, but she's clearly not referring to an office function, much less during the holiday season.
You know the topic is a divisive one when two of today's most revered CEOs are having a good go at it. In this latest Two Cents, Kelvin Ong weighs in
With remote working becoming a norm everywhere, does that mean the traditional office will soon be extinct?