The founders of a banking trade union set up in Hong Kong to protect workers talk to HRM Asia about why they set up the group up and its future plans.
Sheldon Yellen is big on engaging with his 9,200 employees so he gives them all hand-written birthday cards, every year.
David Rodriguez was named HR Executive of the Year, in part for his work with Marriott's massive integration with Starwood Resorts.
Working four days a week has been trialled and tested in many countries, governments and companies with mixed results.
HRM Asia's celebrated CHRO Series of interactive workshops for highly strategic workforce leaders will take place in Malaysia for the first time in 2019.
David Rodriguez, Marriott International’s global Chief HR Officer, shares some of the insights behind the company’s 700,000-strong workforce.
Industry analyst Jason Averbook is urging Chief HR Officers to step in take ownership of digital transformation strategies within their organisations.
Marcus Buckingham has told delegates to the HR Tech Conference and Exposition to stop fooling themselves around nine long-held myths.
This week's HRM Five is guest-written by Professor Aarti Ramaswami, a senior academic with the ESSEC Business School in Asia-Pacific.
Shark Tank star Barbara Corcoran has told the HR Technology Conference and Exposition about five key business principles that have guided her success.
Victoria's Secret models don't make the cut all the time! According to new research, average Jane is having her day more often.
The global analyst was a keynote presenter at HR Technology Conference this week, showcasing some of the biggest opportunities in HR technology.
Verizon Media’s Vice President of Talent shares an example of the company’s transparent and talent-focused career development framework.
New technology analyses messages to look for how people write to each other rather than what they actually write.
Chief People Officer at Workday Ashley Goldsmith explains how important it is to attract and keep the right people for the success of an organisation.
Sandy Gould, Vice President, Talent Acquisition, Learning, and Diversity & Inclusion at Verizon Media shares the company's innovative new talent strategy.
Poorly performing employees affect both office morale and long-term profits, as employers strive to coach them.
But simply listening to employees makes them far more engaged and leads to a significant reduction in burnout, according to new report from O.C. Tanner.
Employees at Thomas Cook are worst hit in the mismanagement fiasco, and took to social media to air grievances.
The Asia region is expected to see a significant rise in medical benefit costs, although they will vary vastly from country to country.
Beyond out-of-pocket hiring and onboarding costs, how does turnover affect overall operations? Peter Cappeli looks at the latest economic research
Acts of kindness by the employers of bus drivers determined the overall state of their mental and physical health.
New US research shows there is still a fear of technology replacing jobs, but plenty of staff feel prepared to embrace technology at the highest levels.
Ram Charan, keynote speaker at HR Technology Conference & Exposition® China, shared some key ideas for HR leaders in the digital age.
Technology and disruption are causing some jobs to dry up; but there are some unique and economically-valuable roles that are set to take their place.
In the age of disruption, jobs should be reinvented rather than eliminated as human talent and expertise are still required.
The sum collected will be paid to workers who had been short-changed by their errant employers over a number of years.
Jason Averbook writes the "People Side of Digital" column for HR Executive magazine in the US. He shares five vital steps for digital transformation.
The organization is pushing its employees to further their education and skills with a significant investment.
A drop in the mismatch reflects Singapore’s strong economy as the job landscape evolves with employers and job seekers adjusting.