Employers have a number of tools at their disposal, from emerging technologies to reimagined current processes, to ready employees to work from home.
EXCLUSIVE: HRM Asia finds out what are some of the measures and technologies companies have implemented during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The social media giant will also be investing $100 million to help 30,000 small businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak.
During a crisis such as this, one of the critical roles of HR is to foster a sense of safety, trust and collective thinking in its people.
Work collaboration platforms such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom and Slack have seen a huge increase in users as more employees work from home.
While many companies are focused on their businesses during these tough times, they should not forget about engaging their employees.
The Cornerstone Cares platform provides free online courses on infection prevention, stress management, and working 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.
The COVID-19 outbreak has presented a test on companies' work-from-home programs and how they ensure employee safety and business continuity.
With four generations of workers with different skills, perspectives and expectations, how can employers manage and engage them?
A new survey finds on-site employees often resent their remote colleagues. So how do employers combat the resentment?
Companies can get an edge in the war for talent with resources tailored to younger employees' unique expectations.
The bank will double the government-mandated two-week paternity leave while maternity leave will remain unchanged at 16 weeks.
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While employee performance is usually at the fore of employers' mind, compensation should go hand-in-hand in their people strategies.
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Employees today do not just want meaningful jobs, fair pay, transparency and growth, but kindness in their workplaces as well.
Razer CEO and founder Tan Min Liang is known as the man responsible for the company's success. But how is he like as a boss?
For the sixth consecutive year, the logistics giant is named the Top Employer in Asia Pacific for its excellence in employee conditions and practices.
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.
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.
Recognition at McDonald's doesn't happen just annually or monthly, but on a daily basis. So much so it has become a culture at the company.
Do you have employees working from home due to the coronavirus outbreak? Here are some tips on how you can better manage them.
Through better data management, integrity improves, along with standardization, transparency and process design, leading to harmonious, productive co-habitation.
Employees from the three Asia Pacific nations are the most optimistic in the world according to the LinkedIn Opportunity Index 2020.
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.
For a fast-moving technology company like Cisco, digital transformation has come fast and furious. So has their HR transformation.
Asia has the highest level of employee engagement globally as three of its countries took up top three spots in the Employee Engagement Score.
Transformation is the response to both customer and competition, and companies are best served when they create their strategy proactively, not reactively.