While leaders are largely positive about AI and ML tools, a lack of trust is holding some back from implementing the technologies across organisations.
Katerina Hanna, VP, Customer Success APJ, Ceridian, explains why creating meaningful moments of social connection remains a priority for people leaders.
The CEO of Gurner Group made controversial claims that for productivity to increase in Australia, half the working population should be made redundant.
Organisations in Singapore and Hong Kong can do more to engage employees with talent programmes deploying learner-centric tools.
Employers need to adapt with the times to engage and retain employees, including deploying AI tools for reskilling of employees for the future.
Through the National Training Index (NTI), Malaysia's workforce development will be better evaluated, and policies will be shaped accordingly.
Malaysia is targeting 60% female labour participation through policy enhancements, ecosystem support, and training.
A new Advisory Committee aims to cultivate HR capabilities, and guide research and engagement of HR personnel.
Steve Boese discusses the trends of HR technology products, and what it means for HR leaders looking to stand out from the competition.
ESG is quickly becoming more than just a buzzword at many organisations and HR will see itself as a paramount foundation of the policy’s success.
Instead of fielding intrusive and unnecessary questions to job applicants, recruiters should focus on experience sharing.
Organisations should develop the talent of employees and stakeholders as a part of changing to a people-centric organisation.
Organisations can leverage on generative AI by better understanding the technology and investing in their employees, writes Accenture’s Gaston Carrion.
Managers and leaders need to drive the implementation of family-friendly policies that advance the work-life integration agenda.
The Public Service Division (PSD) of Singapore achieves recognition for its innovative AI-powered One Talent Gateway.
REPH has been honoured for cultivating an inclusive work environment, prioritising talent development and learning opportunities.
Schneider Electric's Nathalie Huynh elaborates on her organisation’s drive to unite progress and sustainability for all employees.
Exploring the multigenerational workforce, led by Millennials and Gen Z in terms of size, and what they prioritise when it comes to their careers.
Skill enhancement support unveiled by Singapore’s government aids retrenched employees, fostering long-term career preparedness.
HR is embarking on a new journey to promote fairer and more progressive people policies in APAC, says Low Peck Kem, the new President of APFHRM.
Lisa Arnseth, Senior Content Marketing Manager at Kinaxis, discusses supply chain talent and how their potential can be enhanced for any organisation.
While many HR leaders are already leveraging on AI, many reserve concerns over the ethical use of AI in their industry.
AI-based metaverse training can advance leadership and skills development, says HR Tech Fest Connect 2023 speaker Arthur Carmazzi.
Sapient Insights Group’s Stacey Harris explores HR’s transformation and the importance of HR technology in Asia-Pacific.
Skills programmes for riders to explore alternative careers are being advocated by Malaysian P-Hailing Riders Association.
Organisational culture remains the biggest factor in raising financial performance and engaging employees within the workplace.
The seekMAX platform provides content that supports employees with career advice and ways to upskill and grow their careers.
A skills-based approach can provide a more holistic approach to talent acquisition as work continues to evolve, says AMS's Roop Kaistha.
As the workforce continues to age, organisations need to offer more than just compensation to attract and retain older employees.
These graduates have higher chances of securing medium-skill work, improving employment prospects and skills development opportunities.