Jacklyn Tan, Regional Director of Employee Benefits, Asia, Howden, shares how a well-strategised benefits package can boost employment rate and retention.
Research from the University of Maryland shows that giving employees creative tasks to work on together creates stronger relationship ties.
ASMPT selects Workday HCM to unify HR operations across 32 markets, streamlining global talent management and local regulatory compliance.
Leadership in HR and other C-Suite roles will change, and here is what they need to take note of when it comes to taking HR to newer heights.
When employers are creating an unsafe environment for their employees, HR needs to step in to create safe spaces for productivity and efficiency.
A re-evaluation of protections is proposed to address the effects of menstruation and menopause on women’s work rights.
Discover HR transformation at CHRO Singapore, where leaders will delve into the future of work, innovation, and inclusive cultures.
While salaries in 2023 saw a dip in the latter end of the year, employees in Singapore are expected to see an increase in their salaries in the new year.
Employees of Wipro are told to return to work onsite at least three times a week with effect from 15 November 2023, after the Diwali festival.
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.
An organisation in China has issued a decree to employees: use WeChat for personal chats at work, and you will be fined or even fired.
Two experts detail advice to employers on how they can create more meaningful engagement moments with their employees.
Some of Asia’s best HR and HR tech solution providers were recognised at this year’s HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards.
Employee wellbeing in Japan is falling far below the global average, with many employees feeling dissatisfied and stressed at work.
New research indicates that task-based employees benefited more from AI usage, while senior employees shied away from the technology.
60% of employees in the Philippines are taking on part-time work, as the economic downturn reshapes spending habits and financial priorities.
As 2024 approaches, Steve Boese identifies five big trends HR and tech leaders should consider and prepare their organisations for.
Research focusing on the US and South Korea shows the mitigating effects of toxic leaders on employees and their initiative to act.
Besides a one-time payment, employers have also been encouraged to implement a 5.5% to 7.5% salary increase for lower-wage employees.
As organisations begin to shape their strategies to drive workforce transformation in 2024, Dr Jaclyn Lee, CHRO, Certis, identifies her top trends for 2024.
Employees are seeking enhanced health and wellbeing support, leading organisations to integrate these concerns into job designs.
Virtual teams thrive when they have equal access to resources and engage in close-knit collaboration to achieve shared objectives.
Nearly 29% of sexual harassment reports from men highlight the need for men to acknowledge its seriousness at work and home.
The Resilience Institute’s Manish Arneja shares how employees can be assisted by their organisation’s leaders to beat burnout and enhance performance.
Despite the lack of policies and adequate training, more employees are using generative AI to create content and complete repetitive tasks.
Emotional inclusion emphasises the need for emotional wellness and authentic inclusivity, says Mollie Rogers Jean De Dieu.
A study by Monash University has found that shift work and long hours are increasing preterm birth risks for female employees.
With the right approach, employee listening can become critical in driving business strategy and innovation.
Technology can streamline employee experience programmes, relieving HR leaders of a major burden, a recent Grab roundtable discussed.