Digital transformation needs to be a carefully thought-out process with an organisation’s people at the core, says Workday.
For 2-3 days a week, Siemens employees are able to choose where they want to work, and it need not be home.
The tech giant's announcement will affect “nearly all” of its 200,000 employees, including contractors and full-time workers.
Laurence Smith argues that financial well-being for employees should be the key focus for organsiations.
Deloitte’s Erica Volini explains why HR should take the lead in reinventing the workforce and ensuring organisational stability.
The work-from-home insurance policy will cover risks ranging from mental health issues to even tripping over toys.
APAC employers are taking a more cautious approach to returning to the workplace as compared to global companies.
Amazon corporate employees will be allowed to continue working from home until January 8, as tech companies continue to implement remote working.
Join HR luminaries such as Dave Ulrich, Brian Sommer, Phil Fersht and Abhijit Bhaduri as they discuss the future of HR.
In helping employees embrace the new norms, HR leaders must remember they are here to build the people who build the business.
In his upcoming new book, Laurence Smith charts the top 10 things leaders should do to turn crisis into opportunity.
New features in Microsoft Teams aim to make virtual interactions more organic and engaging for users.
During the pandemic, HR leaders are doing double duty looking after remote and on-site employees. Here's how to make it all work.
In terms of crisis, communication is key for any organisation and HR needs to own and drive the process, writes Jason Averbook.
Under a new ‘Work Life Shift’ programme, the company’s Japanese workforce of 80,000 will work remotely whenever possible.
The industry will have to innovate quickly to address what has become almost an acute wellbeing crisis in the workplace.
A new CFO survey found that many businesses remain bullish despite the negative impact of COVID-19.
Despite the gloom that is caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, there are some positives to be taken out of it, says Josh Bersin.
Will the appeal of wearables grow as social distancing measures need to be adhered to as companies return to the workplace?
In today’s world and current climate, it's more important than ever for HR to listen to signals from the industry and its people.
The tech giant is helping COVID-19 recovery efforts in Asia-Pacific, including expanding direct support for small businesses.
In a new world of work, the employee experience is key to attracting, developing, engaging and retaining talent.
Employees said they will only be comfortable going back to their offices if a treatment or vaccine is found, according to a survey.
Ensuring employee productivity requires focusing on keeping things efficient, stripping out non-essentials and finding ways to streamline processes.
Ernst & Young details how organisations should plan for their return to work with the adoption of a people-centric approach.
DBS Bank offers some insights into how organisations can redesign the workplace to improve employee engagement and collaboration.
Four Asian countries make the International Trade Union Confederation’s list of top 10 worst countries for working people.
The airline's latest decision to cut several work benefits, particularly health welfare, has proven to be the last straw for its employees
EXCLUSIVE: Swift and decisive action, aided by the adoption of technology and a people-first approach, can help organisations adapt to business disruptions, shares Workday.
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