HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021’s lineup of HR thought leaders will provide new ideas and key insights to build HR’s roadmap for 2022.
Tan See Leng, Singapore’s Manpower Minister, urged manufacturing firms in Singapore, especially SMEs, to continue to adopt Industry 4.0 technologies.
HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021 will provide key insights into how organisations can strengthen their ability to drive change into the future of work.
Raghav Gupta, Managing Director, India & APAC, Coursera, highlights new developments that will shape learning in the post-COVID era.
US-based Futurist and Technology Commentator John Sumser poses the key questions organisations should ask as they rebuild from the pandemic.
The civil construction and infrastructure industry has set up a centre to help meet the needs of the country in infrastructural skills.
The Skills Priority List, which provides a future demand rating for occupations nationwide, will be used to enact relevant employment policies.
With forward-looking initiatives that are focused on flexibility and adaptability, the life insurer is forging the way in building a future-ready workforce.
The Philippine Skills Framework (PSF) has been launched to link the government, industry and the academia to upskill workers.
Taking place from September 21-23, Asia’s largest HR Tech event of 2021 will highlight the key drivers of leadership, culture and employee experience in 2022.
6,500 workers have received special and been awarded with a dedicated technical and vocational certificate, in preparation for re-employment.
With people at the heart of any organisation, Microsoft Viva helps to create an integrated experience that allows employees to thrive.
High unemployment and low competitive edge are the result of workers' unpreparedness to adapt to changes in the job market and industry, he said.
A recent SAP SuccessFactors webinar pinpointed the ways HR leaders can successfully pivot to build a future-capable workforce.
With employee wellbeing a key priority for many organisations today, Microsoft Viva provides a new platform to elevate each employee’s experience.
Day 2 of HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 examined key workforce issues such as skills building, remote work management, leadership and employee wellbeing.
HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 continues with an in-depth look the key priorities and issues facing HR leaders in 2021.
Day 1 of HR Tech Fest Connect 2021 featured insightful discussions on topics such as employee engagement and strategic workforce planning.
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As organisations look to navigate past the pandemic and into an era of a redesigned workforce, what are the key priorities facing HR leaders?
With workforce transformation continuing to gain pace, organisations have to ensure their employees build new skills and enhance existing ones.
The Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation remains committed to elevating the digital skills of workers, thereby boosting the country’s competitiveness.
Neil Jones, Regional Managing Director of AMS, highlights how recruitment strategies can keep pace with changing business priorities.
An upcoming webinar from SAP SuccessFactors will provide insights into how HR leaders can successfully pivot to build a future-capable workforce.
The government will continue subsidies for the unemployed, and vocational training, upskilling, internships for college graduates.
Organisations are thinking of more inclusive ways of improving the mental health and wellbeing of an increasingly diverse workforce.
Research from the ADP Research Institute provides insights into how the workforce in Singapore and across Asia Pacific has changed over the past year.
What are the key trends and developments that will impact how organisations plan a successful transition into the future of work?
Rachele Focardi explains why improving generational diversity is now key for workplace success.
JobTrainer was designed for 17 to 24-year-olds and the unemployed, and was initially slated to expire in September.