Barbara Matthews, Chief People Officer, Remote, highlights why hiring globally can help companies build a thriving and engaged workforce.
Arthur Carmazzi, a keynote speaker at HR Tech Fest Connect 2023, highlights the possibilities that AI and the metaverse can offer in the world of work.
Remote workplaces are more likely to be successful when employers prioritise employee interests, encourage independence, and foster collaboration.
Kris Wadia, CEO of Humanized Leadership, will be at HR Tech Fest Connect 2023 to discuss key people strategies organisations can deploy for hybrid work.
Besides looking to leave their employer, actively disengaged employees can also sabotage efforts to attract new talent.
Expedia’s annual vacation deprivation report unveiled that 70% of Singapore employees felt more burnt out than they did in previous years.
Paul Thomas, Chief People and Culture Officer, Asia, SEEK, highlights why retaining the best talent starts during the recruitment process.
The expansion of a remote work programme that started in July 2022 will help to attract and retain the best talent, says NTT.
Employers in Singapore have been urged to offer flexible work arrangements that help to create an engaged and diverse workforce.
Overworked individuals and financially strained employees are among those seeking greater fulfilment and authenticity in their job roles.
Employee priorities are shifting, so organisations must prioritise productivity, flexibility, and employee engagement, says Remote's Chris McNamara.
Amidst recent calls for employees to return to the office, HR can create strategies that can address concerns and ease the transition for employees.
Not understanding problems employees face is causing conflict between managers and employees as the return to work accelerates in Hong Kong.
Measures such as surveilling attendance at work will be implemented as the tech giant continues to reverse its once popular remote work policy.
Organisations need to understand the challenges faced by employees and implement compassionate strategies for a return to the office.
Working parents express anxiety about having their careers stalled as they work from home and care for their children.
With effect from September 5, Meta employees will be returning to the office three times a week, as the company continues to push for a hybrid work policy.
Some employees are pushing back against the return-to-office mandate because organisations are failing with their employee engagement efforts.
The office remains a vital hub for focused work as more employees in Singapore and the Philippines push for a return to office, says Gensler.
Employees in Hong Kong have indicated their preference for a more flexible work-life balance and will consider resigning to achieve that aspiration.
Removing drudgery, giving employees control, and creating a supportive work environment can go a long way towards eliminating burnout.
Employers are angry with the growing number of young employees who work remotely, despite calls for them to return to the office.
Working remotely does not mean working in isolation and remote employees can grow social capital to succeed in their job roles.
In the future of work, career flexibility is key, as is automating HR functions and exploring AI’s role in the workplace.
With the evolution of the workplace, HR leaders must recognise and embrace both opportunities and challenges.
Day 2 of the HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 is jam-packed with presentations and innovations that will shape the way organisations work in 2023 and beyond.
Winners of the HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 were recognised for setting the benchmark of excellence and innovation in the HR industry.
Control over the work schedule is desired by most office employees, but only 43% are able to choose their work location.
Rachele Focardi, Founder, XYZ@Work, will be at HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 to share her expertise on multigenerational workforce dynamics.
ChatGPT-maker Sam Altman has expressed his dislike of a fully remote work model, calling it an experiment that has finished and failed.