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.
By 2025, the country also aims to be a high-income nation, as 373 million citizens continue to live below the upper-middle-income poverty line.
The Malaysian government has assured the 2,647 retrenched staff of Malindo Airlines that they will receive due compensation and retraining.
The move is a bid to raise employment numbers among foreign graduates in the country.
The service sector in China is showing signs of recovery with hiring rising to its highest level in a year.
The country's Budget 2021 will also allocate RM$2 billion (US$582 million) for hiring incentives as Malaysia continues its economic recovery.
Speaking with HRM Asia, Mastercard’s Amanda Gervay highlights how the company builds long-term success through demonstrating workforce agility.
More support will be provided to SMEs in the country to cover operational costs and increase hiring.
At CHRO Series Indonesia, ADP and Microsoft will address key workforce issues as organsiations look to navigate successfully beyond the pandemic.
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.
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.
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.
With the firm belief that happy employees lead to happy guests, Ramada and Days Hotels by Wyndham Singapore is focused on fostering a positive organisational culture.
If you haven’t reexamined your HR priorities, now is the time to do so, says HR Tech keynote speaker Jason Averbook.
Shaakun Khanna, Oracle’s Head of HCM Applications Strategy, talks about how the workforce can navigate the new normal.
Marcus Buckingham will be speaking at the virtual HR Tech Conference, which is taking place from October 27-30.
The completely virtual event, which will be taking place from October 27-30, will aim to help organisations make critical HR system decisions.
John Sumser will be speaking at the virtual HR Tech Conference, which is taking place from October 27-30.
The largest virtual gathering of HR professionals in the region saw over 5,000 attendees gleaned exclusive insights from 70 speakers.
Dell Technologies’ Eric Goh discusses with HRM Asia the emergence of Gen Z-ers in the workforce, and how organisations can future-proof employee skills in a digital world.
More than 100 companies in Thailand have pledged to help the United Nations bridge the gender equality gap in the country.
On Day 3 of the ASEAN Future of Work Track, government and industry leaders shared why agility and skills will be key for the region in its recovery.
The discussion on Day 3 centered around how organisations can build resiliency and effectiveness.
With a return to a work environment pre-pandemic looking increasingly unlikely, organistions need to start planning for workplaces of the future.
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.