John Sumser explains why organisations need to priortise health and safety as they explore approaches to create business continuity.
Looking ahead to 2021, global industry analyst and dean of the Josh Bersin Academy, Josh Bersin, highlights some of the key lessons HR learnt in 2020.
HRM Asia talks to some of the leading HR thought leaders on how organisations can make a successful transition into 2021.
After a largely difficult and uncertain 2020, HR faces the challenge of reinvigorating employees, as well as helping their organisations develop strategies that will ensure success in 2021.
The government is partnering international venture capital fund managers to create jobs, said Malaysia’s finance minister.
The Ministry of Science and ICT will invest US$5.3 billion on science and information and communication technology (ICT) research in 2021.
The country aims to teach 5,200 vocational students per year to meet the estimated future demand of 200,000 robotics-trained workers by 2024.
The country’s machinery and equipment (M&E) sector, which accounts for 85% of local SMEs, needs to adopt digital solutions to stay competitive.
Technology-enabled solutions, especially those using automation, will impact the majority of human resource (HR) roles in the near future.
A*Star researchers will provide technical expertise to companies and help mentor SIT interns.
Cornerstone OnDemand’s new research highlights the importance of organisations improving the skills of their people in order to face future challenges.
Over 100 CHROs attended CHRO Online Singapore, which shared insights on how organisations can identify workforce capabilities and fostering workplace resilience.
Emma O’Dell, Director of Client Capability, BPP, shares some insights on how organisations can identify capability needs.
Over 120 CHROs attended CHRO Online Malaysia, which highlighted the key priorities facing HR and business leaders in 2021.
The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) will work with employers and building owners to better manage infectious diseases in the workplace.
The pass, says the Singapore government, will enable Singapore to build a strong tech base in the country, and bring more opportunities to the workforce.
Over 130 CHROs attended CHRO Indonesia, which examines issues such as how HR tech will impact the workplace in 2021.
Skills will form the key component in driving today’s workforce, as companies begin to place a higher value and focus on skills.
Workforces need to focus on upskilling business skills such as communication and leadership, says Skillsoft.
The new guidelines cut compliance for the IT industry, removing reporting obligations for firms, and easing the way for WFH to take place.
HCMC Party Chief hopes South Korea will provide support in HR training in IT, AI, healthcare, tourism, urban management, automation and logistics.
The growth of the financial services sector will generate more positions for digitally-ready PMEs, as Singapore's digital transformation continues.
Jason Averbook, who will be a keynote speaker at CHRO Online Series 2020, describes the four pillars that will support a Digital Vision.
When making COVID-19 judgements – like whether to bring workers back to the office - HR needs to think about what is right and safe for workers.
At the recently concluded virtual US HR Tech Conference 2020, industry leaders explored the challenges of 2020 and the opportunities to come.
HR Tech keynote Stacia Garr delves into research on purpose, human resources, technology and, ultimately, business success.
Such tools can help employers shift workplace priorities and find employees to help with other work, HR Tech speakers said.
At the virtual US HR Tech Conference 2020, which is taking place from October 27-30, leaders from Cornerstone shared insights on how HR can keep up with rapid-fire change.
More funding will be set aside to develop digital economy, said Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat.
Speaking with HRM Asia, ADP's Peter Hadley explains how organisations should approach people leadership, payroll and technology in order to be successful beyond the pandemic.