Employers have a number of tools at their disposal, from emerging technologies to reimagined current processes, to ready employees to work from home.
EXCLUSIVE: HRM Asia finds out what are some of the measures and technologies companies have implemented during the COVID-19 outbreak.
During a crisis such as this, one of the critical roles of HR is to foster a sense of safety, trust and collective thinking in its people.
What kind of technologies are on a ‘trickle down’ journey into the world of L&D and what can we learn from some high-profile examples?
The Cornerstone Cares platform provides free online courses on infection prevention, stress management, and working from home.
EXCLUSIVE: Amidst the digital transformation at the Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) Singapore, one thing remains at the heart of the company - its people.
Data can be an important tool in meeting those goals for CHROs who are dealing with COVID-19 measures at their companies.
A staggering 84% of employees in Singapore are not confident in their data literacy skills which is costing S$5.1 billion in productivity annually.
With four generations of workers with different skills, perspectives and expectations, how can employers manage and engage them?
Companies can get an edge in the war for talent with resources tailored to younger employees' unique expectations.
Josh Bersin, who will be speaking at the HR Tech Festival Asia, shared his insights on management shifts, career development and employee experience.
What areas should your organisation look out for this year in terms of Payroll and HR Trends in Asia?
While employee performance is usually at the fore of employers' mind, compensation should go hand-in-hand in their people strategies.
While digital usage in Indonesia is among the highest in the world, digital literacy is still relatively low. And Gojek plans to help improve that.
ADP is the biggest HR technology company with over 800,000 customers. John Sumser takes a look at what goes behind the company.
Employees today do not just want meaningful jobs, fair pay, transparency and growth, but kindness in their workplaces as well.
As Accountancy continues to transform, it's important for professionals to upskill and keep pace with the changes. And they can do so with ISCA.
Gone are the days of the traditional employee. The employee of today has a different definition of work. Are organisations ready for them?
McDonald's is one of the leaders of automation in the fast-food industry in Singapore. But instead of cutting jobs, they have transformed them.
ASEAN is at a crucial crossroad where it has the opportunity to develop its own model and leadership of human development.
HR has long been due a seat at the board leadership table. And with more boards recognising HR as a strategic partner, how can HR leaders play a part?
Recognition at McDonald's doesn't happen just annually or monthly, but on a daily basis. So much so it has become a culture at the company.
Employees from the three Asia Pacific nations are the most optimistic in the world according to the LinkedIn Opportunity Index 2020.
When we think of McDonald's we think of fast food, but it's much more than for its 11,000 employees in Singapore. It's about family.
What you can learn from Justin Timberlake, Facebook and others to see results from your diversity efforts.
Technology is changing how HR is engaging employees and one technologies to watch out for are chatbots and voice-activated HR systems.
NTUC Income's digitalisation journey hasn't been easy, but it has been a transformative one which has enabled them to attract more talents.
Transformation is the response to both customer and competition, and companies are best served when they create their strategy proactively, not reactively.
With the Fourth Industrial Revolution taking place and transforming every aspect of businesses today, how can HR evolve in its role?
There's a reason why Cisco is voted the best place to work globally. And that has to do with the focus on its "teams" which is the bedrock of its culture.