John Sumser, a US-based futurist and technology commentator, examines the possibilities of using AI and other intelligent tools to rethink how HR is executed.
Getting culture right is crucial at any time—but it’s particularly important in times of crisis such as this.
At HR Tech Fest Connect 2020, Microsoft and Qualtrics will provide some answers to how organisations can successfully transition to the ‘new normal’ created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rizing and Workday will explain why leadership and organisational agility are key for organisations to adapt to the changes brought on by COVID-19.
The programme will help support more Malaysian businesses and protect jobs that are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
At HR Tech Fest Connect 2020, leading companies such as Salesforce, Oracle, Androgogic and Totara will be sharing key strategies to help organisations build the best workplaces.
ADP and HireVue are just two of the leading companies that will be converging on HR Tech Fest Connect 2020 to provide insights on how companies can transform their HR strategies.
The cuts will affect 1,900 staff as the home-sharing company grapples with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the travel industry.
Some of the leading companies in the HR and Tech space will converge upon HR Tech Fest Connect 2020 to provide their insights on what companies need to do to thrive in a post COVID-19 world.
The COVID-19 recovery plan, which will cost US$493 million, looks to provide 1 million jobs in provinces and rural areas for workers.
In a recent interview with the Center for Creative Leadership, 20 CXOs across Asia identified the six paradoxes around people and business to be navigated in order to successfully overcome COVID-19.
Malaysia Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has asked employers to allow flexible work arrangements and staggered hours for their employees.
Craig Ellis, Chief Executive Officer of MSIG Singapore, explains why companies who prioritise their employees and actively engage with them can not only ride over the COVID-19 pandemic, but thrive in its aftermath.
Gartner has identified seven key areas that HR leaders in Asia see as foundational for a successful return-to-workplace plan.
Falling profits due to the COVID-19 outbreak has forced the technology firm to cut its management's pay and asked its staff to take no-pay leave.
Josh Bersin, who will be speaking at the HR Tech Fest Connect, shares how we design our organisations for resilience during a crisis like this.
EXCLUSIVE: In the wake of ‘circuit breaker’ measures introduced to contain the COVID-19 outbreak, Workforce Singapore highlights how companies can make remote working a success.
80% of respondents to a new survey indicate they wish to continue working from home once Singapore’s ‘circuit breaker’ measures end on June 1.
EXCLUSIVE: While technology plays an instrumental role in enabling a remote working environment, Telstra is also adopting a flexible approach that has enabled the company to empower its staff.
The pandemic has brought the largest Southeast Asian economy to a standstill, with businesses having to shut down and lay off their employees.
The inter-agency advisory provides some tips for employers to better support their employees during this time of remote working.
With remote working becoming the future of the workforce, employers are looking to increase their investments in technology to support it.
In the second of a 2-part article, Karen Tay examines the challenges of collaboration and balancing social life in a remote work setting.
EXCLUSIVE: While employers look to ensure the productivity of their employees while they work remotely, they should not neglect their well-being.
Businesses forced to close during COVID-19 may struggle to restart operations when recovery from the pandemic begins, the Disaster Recovery Institute International cautioned.
The COVID-19 Jobs and Resource Hub offers a knowledge base for both employer and employees dealing with the impact of the pandemic.
EXCLUSIVE: Whether through the adoption of technology, or the implementation of innovative employee engagement initiatives, DBS Bank is ready to embrace any changes in the workforce , including remote working.
40% of employers have shut down certain aspects of their business, and 19% are considering doing so, according to new SHRM research.
The COVID-19 outbreak has further accelerated the demand for HR technologies, as Singapore enterprises look to digitise HR functions to support remote working.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced the extension of the circuit breaker for four more weeks after a spike in cases since its implementation.