Data on informal workers is scarce and can currently only be collected from an online portal launched in August, called e-Shram.
Rob Squires, VP for Sales, Asia Pacific and Japan, Ceridian, why organisations need to prioritise EX to retain talent.
Gerald Gan, Head of Institute of Business Excellence, NTUC LearningHub, explains why gaining adaptive skills is critical for employees to stay relevant.
CHRO Singapore, taking place tomorrow, rounds up a successful CHRO Online Series 2021, which addressed the challenges and issues facing CHROs.
JobTrainer provides access for those eligible to free or low-fee courses, preparing workers for fast-growing industries.
The CHRO Online Series continues December 2 with CHRO Singapore highlighting how CHROs can help develop human-centric leadership in 2022.
The CHRO Online Series continues December 2 with CHRO Singapore examining the critical roles CHROs play in driving organisational success.
CHRO Malaysia highlighted some of the key challenges facing CHROs today, including placing their people at the heart of all business strategies.
More organisations are recognising the significant role EX can play in attracting, retaining, and developing talent, says Qualtrics.
The kingdom needs to upgrade its workforce skills, maximise youth dividend and accelerate digital transformation, said the UNDP.
CHRO Malaysia, taking place today, will provide key insights into how CHROs can lead their organisations successfully into the future.
HRM Asia’s CHRO Online Series 2022 continues November 19 with CHRO Malaysia examining the role of the future CHRO.
HRM Asia’s CHRO Online Series 2021 continues November 18 with CHRO Malaysia discussing how HR is taking the lead in shaping the future of work.
Vaibhav Jain, CEO and Founder of Hubilo, explains why businesses must rethink employees’ experience and leverage technology to overcome challenges.
HR leaders will have to adapt to digitalisation, balance empathy at work, and promote smart risk-taking in the workplace.
The Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants highlights what it takes for organisations to advance their digital transformation journey.
An enhanced hiring and training incentive programme targets businesses that are offering digital tech and services roles.
HRM Asia’s CHRO Online Series 2021 continues November 18 with CHRO Malaysia re-examining the role of HR leaders in the future organisation.
Steve Boese explains why it is more important to use HR to support employees at a personal level, and be mindful of how employees respond.
A new study by Oracle and Workplace Intelligence found that employees believe technology will help support and advance their careers.
A recent webinar presented by Workday and HRM Asia highlighted why employee experience is a priority as hybrid working grows.
To maintain financial and commercial stability, such businesses will have to provide notification before commencing operations.
HRM Asia’s CHRO Online Series 2021 will kick off on October 28 with CHRO Indonesia examining the role HR can play in building the future organisation.
HRM Asia’s CHRO Online Series 2021 will kick off on October 28 with CHRO Indonesia discussing how the role of HR continues to evolve in a new world of work.
Malaysia aims for the digital economy to contribute 22.6% to its gross domestic product and create 500,000 new jobs by 2025.
Due to tighter pandemic-led restrictions, many businesses were forced to temporarily retrench or cut the work days of their staff.
An online survey of 4,476 employees shows that a much higher proportion of women than men prefer to work remotely than at a physical office location.
HRM Asia’s CHRO Online Series 2021 will kick off on October 28 with CHRO Indonesia discussing how HR is taking the lead in shaping the future of work.
The Digital Boost programme is a free training programme that has helped 40,000 small businesses improve their digital skills.
Companies with approval will have to fully implement their upgrade plans within three years from the BOI certificate issuance date.