The IHRP Playbook for Food Services highlights key human capital strategies and solutions adopted by companies in Singapore.
Josh Bersin explains why a highly competitive labour market is driving growth of talent marketplace solutions.
The government is focusing on sector development, identifying skills that are in demand and needed by industries as they adapt to pandemic-driven changes.
Job redesign and employee well-being will be key to retaining employees, says Indranee Rajah, Second Minister for Finance.
To quicken the pace of digital transformation in the country, a digital talent development programme will be continued in the new year.
Malaysians must equip themselves with the right knowledge and relevant skill sets in digital technology to stay relevant.
President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has outlined three main conditions that must be met to bolster the empowerment of Indonesian women.
It also aims to cultivate 10,000 “little giant” firms, or smaller businesses still in their early stage of development that focus on high-end technologies.
Creating a people-centric workforce experience that reinforces organisational purpose and culture will be a key HR objective in 2022.
The "priority skills” workers need to have for the next three years are in the key growth areas of the digital, green and care sectors.
The government hopes the tool can help ensure workforce policy and industry-specific workforce plans are data-driven.
In the next five years, more than nine out of 10 jobs in the country will also require post-school qualifications.
IHRP’s “The People Behind People Forum” recognises the contributions of Singapore’s HR community to wellbeing and business continuity.
Inspire-Tech shares how they have benefitted from participating in the Work-Study Degree pathway offered by the Singapore Institute of Technology.
The newly rebranded Human Resources Development Corporation will be the central agency for all human resource development programmes.
Gerald Gan, Head of Institute of Business Excellence, NTUC LearningHub, explains why gaining adaptive skills is critical for employees to stay relevant.
NTUC LearningHub is the joint Gold Winner of the Best Corporate – Learning & Development Provider award at the HRM Readers' Choice Awards 2021.
Organisational Development Concepts (ODC) is the Silver Winner of the Best Corporate – Learning & Development Provider award at the HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards 2021.
SP PACE Academy is the joint Gold Winner of the Best Corporate – Learning & Development Provider award at the HRM Readers' Choice Awards 2021.
ODE Consulting is the Silver Winner of the Best Corporate – Leadership Development Provider award at the HRM Readers' Choice Awards 2021.
The Marketing Institute of Singapore Academy is the Gold Winner of the Best Corporate – Leadership Development Provider award at the HRM Readers' Choice Awards 2021.
NTUC LearningHub is the Silver Winner of the Best Corporate – Training Provider award at the HRM Readers' Choice Awards 2021.
The Marketing Institute of Singapore is the Gold Winner of the Best Corporate – Training Provider award at the HRM Readers' Choice Awards 2021.
Qualtrics highlights the core competencies needed for organisations to grow and improve their EX programmes.
JobTrainer provides access for those eligible to free or low-fee courses, preparing workers for fast-growing industries.
CHRO Malaysia highlighted some of the key challenges facing CHROs today, including placing their people at the heart of all business strategies.
As the labour market changes, it should serve more employees by expanding its reach and addressing workers’ holistic need, said Singapore's Deputy PM.
The kingdom needs to upgrade its workforce skills, maximise youth dividend and accelerate digital transformation, said the UNDP.
CHRO Malaysia, taking place today, will provide key insights into how CHROs can lead their organisations successfully into the future.
HRM Asia’s CHRO Online Series 2022 continues November 19 with CHRO Malaysia examining the role of the future CHRO.