Opening tomorrow, CHRO Singapore will equip HR leaders with transformative strategies and tech insights to navigate 2024.
Nearly one-third of Singapore’s workforce anticipate remote work from anywhere in the world within five years.
Experience workforce transformation on 7 December 2023 at CHRO Singapore, where industry leaders will shape the future of HR.
CHRO Malaysia will provide HR leaders with an opportunity to learn and develop effective people and organisational strategies for 2024.
Rashmi Sharma, Head of Talent Management at GovTech Singapore, presents the IDEA framework for talent management.
CHRO Singapore will highlight pivotal HR trends optimising HR tech for enhanced employee experience and talent mobility.
Ceridian’s Rob Squires discusses the importance of addressing skills mismatches through technology and talent development.
Some of Asia’s best HR and HR tech solution providers were recognised at this year’s HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards.
Despite low unemployment, 4,100 employees were retrenched in the third quarter of 2023, up from 3,200 in the previous quarter.
Fresh graduates are finding jobs faster in Taiwan, which is a contributing factor to the lower unemployment rate.
Millennials and Gen Z employees can grow into great leaders if organisations understand their priorities and what they care about in the workplace.
Asia’s largest HR and work tech conference examined post-pandemic workforce challenges and offered key insights for HR leaders to grow their organisation.
You can still register for the highly anticipated HR Tech Fest Connect 2023, which is taking place on Wednesday, September 2023!
While the global economy remains uncertain and firms face a talent shortage, many firms are continuing to add to their headcount.
While the number of women employed in South Korea was at an all-time high last year, the gender income gap has still not been addressed.
Embracing a transformative shift in employee engagement, organisations are shaping thriving workforces in an adaptable corporate landscape.
Skill enhancement support unveiled by Singapore’s government aids retrenched employees, fostering long-term career preparedness.
The country’s total workforce now numbers 28.68 million, as the unemployment rate fell to 2.7% in July, the lowest recorded since 1999.
Organisations should look beyond financial motivation by focusing on employee wellbeing in order to retain employees.
As organisations look to attract and retain top talent, university graduates in Hong Kong saw an increase in their starting salaries in 2022.
Demonstrating career proactivity and a desire for better opportunities, more employees are less likely to stay with their current employers for long.
Many employees in Singapore are willing to return to their previous employers if the conditions are right, and employers are welcoming them back.
Despite an increasing number of employees returning to the office, they also recognise the benefits of working from home.
Demand for AI expertise is surging as employers seek individuals proficient in ChatGPT, Midjourney, and Stable Diffusion.
Changing demographics and rising living costs make it difficult for older adults to contemplate retirement, raising the age profile of the workforce.
Affected employees need help in transitioning to new job opportunities and adapting to a new industry landscape, says an Australian non-profit.
Increasing gender equality remains a priority for Japan, where women have reached a 53.2% employment rate.
As of June 2023, there are 1.91 million salaried women in their 60s in South Korea, which has contributed to a rise in female employment rates.
While CEOs and their salaries are rising in recent times, should employees and, in turn the general public, be paying attention to how much they earn?
While employees in Malaysia recognise that upskilling and reskilling is essential, many are not receiving opportunities from their employers.