In her new role, Zhang will be responsible for driving growth and operational excellence for ADP in Asia Pacific.
With hybrid and remote work continuing, managers are developing "productivity paranoia", leading to efforts of spying on their staff.
A stay interview is one example of how managers can know their team members better and lay the groundwork for better retention.
HR leaders need to develop skills to lead business transformation and address the shift in workforce and skills scarcity.
The benchmarking tool is designed to help organisations focus on employee wellbeing and improve organisational leadership.
More than 170 HR and business leaders discussed topics like modern HR mindsets, flexible work and employee wellbeing at HR Leadership Series: Live.
At a time of talent shortage, several companies are giving off-cycle promotions to eligible employees as they attempt to hold on to experienced staff.
A new report by the Centre for Creative Leadership (CCL) reveals a persistent gap in Asian leadership representation on the global stage.
The first instalment of HR Leadership Series: Live will shed light on strategies that will shape the way organisations work in 2023 and beyond.
HR leaders have a key role to play in driving employee engagement in a new hybrid work model, says Rachna Sampayo, VP of HR, Oracle JAPAC.
UPS Asia Pacific’s Tanie Eio highlights the key qualities HR leaders need to lead their teams in a constantly changing world of work.
As organisations look ahead to what will fundamentally shape work, HR leaders play a key role in ensuring business continuity and success.
A HR digital transformation has enabled Air Liquide APAC to successfully navigate the disruptive challenges of hybrid work.
Serine Loh, Head of HR, APAC, Blue Prism, shares the secrets to building a winning HR team across an organisation.
Aileen Tan, Group Chief People and Sustainability Officer, Singtel, explains how a people-centric approach can help build a winning workplace culture.
Organised by HRM Asia, the in-person HR Leadership Series: Live will take a deep dive into what will shape work in 2023 and beyond.
Ritu Mehrish, Executive Coach and Global Speaker, reveals the six pillars of success for leaders in transition in the workplace.
Accenture's Gaston Carrion explains why leaders must begin to embrace a modern HR mindset and identifies the five pillars of modern HR.
Rob Squires, Vice President and Head of Sales for Asia and Japan, Ceridian, highlights how organisations can leverage technology to prioritise succession planning.
Executives closer to retirement age prefer to manage workers when they can see them in person, which differs from managers in their 30s and 40s.
Organised by HRM Asia, the in-person HR Leadership Series: Live will examine the role HR leaders can play in shaping work in 2023.
Dany Holbrook, Senior People Scientist at Culture Amp, explains how organisations can create an effective employee development strategy.
Steve Boese highlights key questions organisations should ask themselves when reviewing their HR technology solutions.
Despite the higher initial costs required, many top executives expect more organsiations to adopt more ESG practices.
Organised by HRM Asia, the in-person HR Leadership Series 2022 will examine the role HR leaders can play in shaping work in 2023.
The key to a successful hybrid working arrangement is taking advantage of the strengths of both in-person and virtual engagement, says Tim Cook.
Growing awareness about the climate crisis has also changed how people define value in business, and what values a company upholds.
Elon Musk’s call for Tesla employees to return to the office full-time has reignited the debate over the longevity of remote work.
The former Manpower Minister of Singapore will lead NTUC LHUB’s ongoing initiatives in upskilling and uplifting the Singapore workforce.
CHROs are being called on to play a greater role than ever in addressing ESG issues, including the risks and opportunities for employers.