Workforces need to focus on upskilling business skills such as communication and leadership, says Skillsoft.
Malaysia’s Movement Control Order (MCO or PKP) has given rise to an alternative for the WFH acronym – work from hotel.
The new guidelines cut compliance for the IT industry, removing reporting obligations for firms, and easing the way for WFH to take place.
Unions in Australia unions are evaluating if more protection would be needed so that workers do not face discrimination or loss of pay and benefits.
Speaking with HRM Asia, Mastercard’s Amanda Gervay highlights how the company builds long-term success through demonstrating workforce agility.
At the recently concluded virtual US HR Tech Conference 2020, industry leaders explored the challenges of 2020 and the opportunities to come.
Speaking with HRM Asia, ADP's Peter Hadley explains how organisations should approach people leadership, payroll and technology in order to be successful beyond the pandemic.
In the process of organisational transformation, putting people first gives you the greatest chance at sustainable success.
The Malaysian Employers Federation has called for more clarity on the government’s work-from-home (WFH) directive.
Shaakun Khanna, Oracle’s Head of HCM Applications Strategy, talks about how the workforce can navigate the new normal.
You can prepare all you want, but will you be able to predict the coming of the next big office closure?
On Day 3 of the ASEAN Future of Work Track, government and industry leaders shared why agility and skills will be key for the region in its recovery.
In planning for their recovery from the pandemic, companies need to consider not only L&D needs, but also issues such as upskilling.
This is the time for HR to re-imagine what it can be and how it can deliver outsized value even in the face of such radical change.
With talent mobility more important than ever in this new era of work, what are the four mindset shifts organisations need to adopt?
It is now a matter of ‘be agile or die’ in the post COVID-19 world. How can organisations make sure they adapt to the new normal?
Speaking to HRM Asia, Tata Communications’ Andrew Yeong details how the company is approaching the journey to digital transformation.
Even though the video streaming service provider has told its employees to stay at home, Netflix’s CEO clearly does not favour remote working.
From September 1, all sales employees under the group’s companies will work from home permanently.
With workers staying at home because of the pandemic, the financial hit to Sydney’s central business district comes at a cost of AUD$10 billion.
Beginning this September, some Samsung workers based in South Korea will begin to work from home, as part of a pilot programme.
The human resources ministry in Malaysia is working to reduce cases of local and foreign workers losing their jobs through the redeployment initiative
As South Korea grapples with a second COVID-19 wave, many companies are having to make remote working a priority.
Siemens' Michael Haberzettl shares with HRM Asia details of the company’s new mobile working model, and how it is reshaping how the company works.
For 2-3 days a week, Siemens employees are able to choose where they want to work, and it need not be home.
Countries such as Indonesia and Vietnam are experiencing some of the highest number of mining attempts globally.
During the pandemic, HR leaders are doing double duty looking after remote and on-site employees. Here's how to make it all work.
Singapore employers are facing a challenge in retaining their talent, with 41% of workers considering to be entrepreneurs.
It will also help companies in Singapore meet manpower needs by mobilising workers from firms with excess manpower.
Under a new ‘Work Life Shift’ programme, the company’s Japanese workforce of 80,000 will work remotely whenever possible.