Nanyang Technology University's PACE College believes every organisation should have the chance to seize the advantages that digital literacy can bring.
Even as Industry 4.0 transforms the way we work, how can Malaysian organisations best position themselves?
For the fourth year running, the Marketing Institute of Singapore was voted best among the corporate-level learning and development providers.
As AI and automation take root, a new and invaluable workplace currency has emerged – the emotional economy.
Regional talent assessment consultancy Talent Plus was honoured for its corporate-level leadership programme in the Readers’ Choice Awards.
TrainingGearAsia was voted by HRM Asia readers as the best in talent development for the third year in a row in 2018. Here’s why.
The International Monetary Fund's president also noted the importance of investing in human capital, particularly in Asia.
Steve Boese says there are natural HR applications to design thinking, especially in the space of HR technology.
The results of HRM Asia's digital learning research study shows that there is a gap between aspirations and actual investment.
TrainingGearAsia’s first of three Readers’ Choice Awards in 2018 highlighted how its programmes are able to engage entire workforces.
The Management Development Institute of Singapore’s business programmes have been judged top of the class by HRM Magazine Asia readers.
Henkel’s Singapore President Thomas Holenia explains how a culture of continuous learning can add value to every employee – and HR themselves.
Regan Taikitsadaporn, Chief HR Officer for Asia-Pacific at Marriott International, explains how taking care of the business is about taking care of people.
Marriott International's Chief HR Officer in Asia-Pacific shares how it is attracting and retaining talent during a time of intense growth.
According to recruitment experts, companies now look for candidates who have a good grasp of all the business functions.
Ong Kim Pong delves into PSA's unique leadership culture, developing a future talent pipeline, and more.
The Chinese government is looking to promote the digital economy through skills upgrading, and also by attracting skilled foreign workers.
Two in three businesses in the Asia-Pacific are not quick enough to redesign the workforce to meet urgent business needs, according a new report.
Tsinghua University is leading the Asian continent in the latest QS graduate employability research, with four other Chinese institutions in the top 100.
Experts at the World Economic Forum have warned that huge employment problems will hit the region if skills do not keep up with technology advances.
The ride-sharing firm will be using mobile technology to provide onboarding and continuous learning via mobile devices.
According to a new, global survey, only 20% of employees have what it takes to thrive and survive in Industry 4.0.
A new agreement between Myanmar and Thailand will provide a legal pathway for trained fisheries workers to gain employment in Thailand.
It is up to HR professionals to ensure their organisations don't get left behind in the data-driven future. Here's a basic how-to to get started.
A new study finds that many business leaders are optimistic about the impact of artificial intelligence on the future of work.
The Alibaba Talent Programme aims to develop the next generation of technology-focused and innovative PhD candidates.
A further 10,000 Singaporeans, from students to working adults, will also be equipped with AI skills as part of the AI for Everyone programme.
Selected students will get a first, real taste of what it's like to work as an engineer in a professional environment.
The company aims to nurture digital economy skills in areas such as artificial intelligence, blockchain and data analytics.
Local maritime businesses in Singapore all contributed to the education fund, which is aimed at developing the industry’s pipeline of talent.