A new Deloitte study found that only 16% of business leaders expect to significantly increase investment in the continual reinvention of the workforce over the next three years.
As the world anxiously waits for the lockdown from COVID-19 to end, a new generation of workers is evolving and getting ready to take on the new world of work.
Day 2 of HR Tech Fest Connect 2020 saw a number of leading thought leaders provide attendees with a number of thought-provoking insights on how to move their organisations forward in these times of uncertainty.
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.
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.
COVID-19 has allowed many dads in Australia to spend more time with their families, while working from home, a new research has found, while urging more to be done to support flexi-work arrangements.
EXCLUSIVE: Through a culture of learning, Senoko Energy encourages openness and dynamism, and helps its workforce prepare for future demands
EXCLUSIVE: Daiana Beitler, Philanthropies Lead at Microsoft Asia, shares how the company is bridging the region's talent shortage while doing good.
The bank will double the government-mandated two-week paternity leave while maternity leave will remain unchanged at 16 weeks.
ASEAN is making progress towards gender equality after seeing an increase in the number of women in leadership positions this year.
Dr. Pan Yaozhang, Head of Data Science, Shopee Singapore, believes the tech industry cannot thrive without input from the female workforce.
In celebration of International Women's Day on March 8, we spoke to women leaders to get their views on challenges faced by women at work.
Vivian Chua, Vice-President, Singapore Managing Director, HP, believes more should be done to challenge the stereotypes of women at work.
Gladys Chun, Head of Legal, Compliance and Government Affairs, Lazada Group, believes women should have equal access to leadership roles.
Jeanne Achille, Founder and CEO of The Devon Group, shares why the possibilities are endless for women in the workplace.
Alice Thien, Vice President, Human Resources, Wirecard APAC, has urged women to make themselves more visible and heard in the workplace.
One in two female office workers in Singapore feel they are underpaid. And one of the reasons for that could be their negotiation skills.
Giet Koh, Head of Account Management at Deliveroo Singapore, believes mentorship is key for more women to be in leadership positions.
Roselin Lee, Vice President of Human Resources, Shiseido Asia Pacific, believes more needs to be done to recognise women's efforts and achievements.
In celebration of International Women's Day, Joy Koh, Head of Consulting APAC at Alexander Mann Solutions, believes organisations can do more to support women.
The gaming world is all about being competitive and having fun at the same time. The same can be said of Razer's people and its culture.
When we think of McDonald's we think of fast food, but it's much more than for its 11,000 employees in Singapore. It's about family.
What you can learn from Justin Timberlake, Facebook and others to see results from your diversity efforts.
Transformation is the response to both customer and competition, and companies are best served when they create their strategy proactively, not reactively.
The Bloomberg Gender Equality Index (GEI) recognised 325 companies for their gender equality efforts, out of which 34 are from Asia.
As a human resources expert for more than 30 years, Leslie Hayward has always been a big supporter of representing local talent at oil & gas giant Shell.
Citibank is bridging its gender pay gap by adjusting the salary of its female staff to match those of their male peers who hold similar positions.
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?
Women working in Singapore earn 6% less in medium salary compared to men, according to the latest report by the Ministry of Manpower.
JP Morgan is a leading example and award winner for helping redress the gender imbalance in the tech sector.