Day 2 of the HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2020 saw female leaders share their experiences and challenges in driving digitalisation.
In planning for their recovery from the pandemic, companies need to consider not only L&D needs, but also issues such as upskilling.
Day 3 will feature speakers such as Brian Sommer and John Sumser, as well as the winners of HR Tech PitchFest 2020.
On Day 2, government and industry leaders discussed the role of HR and technology post COVID-19 at the ASEAN Future Of Work Track.
Be ready to be treated to an exciting line-up of speakers and sessions for Day 2 of the HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2020.
Government and industry leaders from Southeast Asia converged at the ASEAN Future of Work Track to discuss how the region can emerge stronger from the crisis.
How organisations can successfully navigate a new era of HR and the workplace was one of the most keenly discussed topics on Day 1.
In planning their recovery from the pandemic, what are some of the key characteristics that organisations should be demonstrating?
This is the time for HR to re-imagine what it can be and how it can deliver outsized value even in the face of such radical change.
The largest virtual gathering of HR and business leaders from across Asia is upon us! Find out the exciting line-up of speakers and sessions for Day 1.
The wait is over. The HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2020 is here. Find out how to get the best of the content-packed event from September 29 to 1 October.
The judges of HR Fest Awards 2020 provide some insights into how this year’s winners were chosen.
With talent mobility more important than ever in this new era of work, what are the four mindset shifts organisations need to adopt?
As organisations look to adapt to a new world of work post-pandemic, embracing the right technologies is likely to be key.
HR must become more efficient by eliminating and letting go of work that is not a priority or no longer needed.
What does the workforce expect and need in order to feel engaged, and have these expectations changed in 2020?
An exciting line-up of global solutions providers will share their insights and knowledge at the HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2020.
With much of the focus on transitioning to the new normal, HR leaders must not forget to prepare their workforce for what lies ahead.
John Sumser explains why data-driven reduction of bias can lead to better decision-making.
Speaking to HRM Asia, Tata Communications’ Andrew Yeong details how the company is approaching the journey to digital transformation.
Key government and business leaders from around ASEAN will provide key insights into how workforces in the region can be reshaped.
The International Human Resources Technology Conference 2020 discussed how technology will be key in shaping the future of HR.
The consultant and author advises caution in evaluating the influx of HR tools flooding the market right now.
The deployment of 5G would contribute up to RM12.7 billion between 2021 and 2025 to the Malaysia's economy.
HR should focus on these areas to drive consistent and measurable improvement in D&I, says HR Tech Influencer Anne Fulton.
HR thought leader Jason Averbook shares how the radical disruption of 2020 has forced five resets in the world of work.
The speaker, author and professor shares his outlook on the pandemic’s impact on HR Tech. Ulrich will also be a keynote speaker at HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2020.
Feedback from employees is now more important than ever as organisations explore what works or not for their business.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about a change in HR’s role, including the increasing importance placed on health and safety.
A white paper from Rizing provides organisations with the right strategies to upgrade their HR processes to SAP SuccessFactors in the cloud.