A significant number of cybersecurity issues in multiple organisations were caused by employee error, research has found.
HR leaders will unite at CHRO Singapore to shape the future of work, exploring innovation, tech, and inclusivity for organisational transformation.
Workforce Singapore's Gillian Woo highlights job-redesign, including leveraging automation and the human touch in redesigning work.
As organisations continue to develop key strategies for 2024, a focus on their employees is unlikely to be far from the minds of many HR leaders.
Generative AI transformed HR in 2023, reshaping HR strategies and practices, and setting the stage for a dynamic 2024.
Is HR undergoing a paradigm shift? Dr Bob Aubrey, AHDO, believes organisations can find out with a new tool – ChatGPT.
CHRO Malaysia will provide HR leaders with an opportunity to learn and develop effective people and organisational strategies for 2024.
Skills such as client communication, qualitative analysis, and software design are expected to be in high demand in the next two years.
Those that are looking to navigate AI hurdles in adopting the technology are placing a strong focus on strategy and readiness.
To respond to changing AI-related legislation, organisations should move to adopt Responsible AI practices, writes Philippa "Pip" Penfold.
CHRO Singapore will highlight pivotal HR trends optimising HR tech for enhanced employee experience and talent mobility.
A Qualtrics report highlights rising employee expectations, hybrid work, AI assistance, and frontline employee issues.
CHRO Malaysia, supported by Ceridian, ADP, BTS and Workday, empowers HR leaders for workforce transformation in 2024 and beyond.
Ceridian’s Rob Squires discusses the importance of addressing skills mismatches through technology and talent development.
Dr Jaclyn Lee, CHRO at Certis, discusses how technology shapes work and the importance of holistic employee experience.
Human capital’s rise to a top business risk spot in 2023 signals heightened awareness of threats like healthcare costs and talent competition.
The White House’s recent order spotlights AI’s pivotal role in HR tech, prompting a closer look at how employees engage with AI at work.
CHRO Malaysia brings over 150 HR leaders together to explore “HR 2024 and Beyond”, unlocking human development secrets and shaping the future of work.
Some of Asia’s best HR and HR tech solution providers were recognised at this year’s HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards.
New research indicates that task-based employees benefited more from AI usage, while senior employees shied away from the technology.
As 2024 looms, the talent recruitment landscape remains uncertain as AI solutions gain prominence, according to Gartner.
As 2024 approaches, Steve Boese identifies five big trends HR and tech leaders should consider and prepare their organisations for.
As organisations begin to shape their strategies to drive workforce transformation in 2024, Dr Jaclyn Lee, CHRO, Certis, identifies her top trends for 2024.
Despite the lack of policies and adequate training, more employees are using generative AI to create content and complete repetitive tasks.
Technology can streamline employee experience programmes, relieving HR leaders of a major burden, a recent Grab roundtable discussed.
The ChatGPT tool will aid 30,000 employees across 420 global branches with tasks such as writing, research, and ideation.
South Korea’s Minister of Employment and Labour has urged firms to be ready for new technologies and has pledged more support for employees.
While technology has a role to play in combating gender inequality, organisations can leverage on technology to create more effective strategies.
Digital watermarking will be prioritised to verify AI-generated content under a proposed AI code of conduct.
The rising sector is creating multiple job opportunities for tech employees and raising median wages in contrast to employees in other sectors.