What kind of technologies are on a ‘trickle down’ journey into the world of L&D and what can we learn from some high-profile examples?
Work collaboration platforms such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom and Slack have seen a huge increase in users as more employees work from home.
EXCLUSIVE: Amidst the digital transformation at the Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) Singapore, one thing remains at the heart of the company - its people.
PayPal report finds that while Singapore workers are well-equipped to deal with technological disruptions, financial preparedness is still lacking.
Despite serious dollars spent on HR technology, buyers remain unsatisfied with the return on investment. So what is the disconnect?
A staggering 84% of employees in Singapore are not confident in their data literacy skills which is costing S$5.1 billion in productivity annually.
Technology giant Microsoft has a Chief Scientific Officer for the first time in its history after appointing Eric Horvitz to the role.
The word ‘disruption’ is a term conveniently used and something that many businesses strive to achieve. But what exactly is a disruption?
Josh Bersin, who will be speaking at the HR Tech Festival Asia, shared his insights on management shifts, career development and employee experience.
Are you considering using intelligent tools (machine learning/AI) in your HR or operations processes? Here are some questions to ask potential vendors.
While digital usage in Indonesia is among the highest in the world, digital literacy is still relatively low. And Gojek plans to help improve that.
ADP is the biggest HR technology company with over 800,000 customers. John Sumser takes a look at what goes behind the company.
McDonald's is one of the leaders of automation in the fast-food industry in Singapore. But instead of cutting jobs, they have transformed them.
As automation free up employees to do more meaningful and strategic tasks, so will employee engagement increase.
Instead of being an enforcer of rules, HR has been a partner to employees in NTUC Income's push for digitalisation.
Artificial Intelligence is used not only by businesses, but governments to match jobs, analyse employment trends and even track illegal hiring.
For a fast-moving technology company like Cisco, digital transformation has come fast and furious. So has their HR transformation.
Technology is changing how HR is engaging employees and one technologies to watch out for are chatbots and voice-activated HR systems.
NTUC Income's digitalisation journey hasn't been easy, but it has been a transformative one which has enabled them to attract more talents.
Microsoft has a new Asia chief after appointing Ahmed Mazhari as its president and corporate vice president of Microsoft Corporation.
From managing people at big organisations to leading people at her own startup. How did Snaphunt founder Tulika Tripathi make the transition?
There's a reason why Cisco is voted the best place to work globally. And that has to do with the focus on its "teams" which is the bedrock of its culture.
It's been quite a journey for Shell as it transforms its traditional HR function and people strategies in this increasingly digital world.
The HP-NTU Digital Manufacturing Corporate Lab will look to help advance digital manufacturing and supply chain operations as well as upskill workers.
The term "gamification" has been around for a long time. But companies today are still reluctant and unclear on how to engage their employees using it.
Singapore is the sole Asian nation in the top 10 of the 2020 Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) launched by INSEAD.
We often ask “Did you Google it?". Now Snaphunt founder and CEO Tulika Tripathi wants people to ask “Did you Snaphunt it?” when it comes to hiring.
Digitalisation is set to transform and evolve businesses and jobs all over the world. The question is, how do you reskill and prepare your staff for it?
With technology transforming every aspect of businesses today, there's a need for Accountancy to evolve its role to remain relevant and sustainable.
The rise of Artificial Intelligence have threatened to displace millions of jobs in China. But the latest government report has played down the fears.