A recent survey by i4cp and Human Resource Executive shows employer support for DEI remains robust, despite growing public criticism.
Organisations need HR to craft multi-fold strategies for developing and embedding change skills across the workforce.
Gen AI expertise that can be utilised to intervene in threats will be in demand in the next few years thanks to the rise of the technology, says tech CEO.
AI's increasing integration in finance roles signals a transformative phase, reflecting evolving dynamics in the industry's landscape.
The once-straightforward correlation between tasks and productivity has become blurred in today’s complex, collaborative environment.
Employees will be given more opportunities to upskill and reskill, while investment in technologies such as AI will drive new innovation capabilities.
Budget 2024 is focusing on skills training and income support, and empowering employees to meet the economic challenges and opportunities ahead.
AI advancements are deemed crucial for productivity gains, but concerns over societal impacts have prompted calls for workforce upskilling.
In the face of technological advancement, upskilling and development will be critical to ensure an equitable future of work.
New skills offer a pathway to opportunity and overcoming challenges in scaling inclusive skill development to unlock job growth.
Embark on HRM Asia's first CHRO event of the year in the Philippines to compare notes, realign strategies and elevate the workforce for the future.
Developing successful mentorship programmes can help organisations enable a cycle of diverse leadership, especially for female employees.
CHRO Philippines 2024 will let HR leaders gather in Metro Manila to compare notes, realign strategies and elevate the workforce for the year ahead.
Leaders are turning to new ways of engagement to attract new talent and cultivate existing ones for great workplace culture.
Employees in Singapore are looking to switch employers after two years due to reasons like pay, better career progression, and lack of recognition.
By tapping into the power of team learning and collective experiences, organisations can speed up the learning process and make it more inclusive.
At CHRO Philippines 2024, HR leaders will be able to learn strategies and share ideas to develop a better and stronger workforce for 2024.
Organisations can tap into the varied aspects of human development to develop a consistent and robust talent pipeline.
Organisations must express a high adaptability quotient to succeed in upskilling and reskilling for artificial intelligence.
Seeking better work-life balance, salaries, and new career opportunities, more employees are open to leaving their current positions for new jobs.
What are some of the top cultural characteristics and priorities that organisations need to focus on to be successful in the future?
Besides aligning organisational and employee values, HR is also playing a key role to attract and retain the best talent
CHRO Philippines 2024 will look into innovative strategies that CHROs can use to formulate great people-first strategies in changing organisations.
To ease labour woes and win the talent war, employers need to rethink how they approach hiring in order to attract and retain great talent.
Of all the emerging HR trends for 2024, upskilling and reskilling the workforce may hold the key to organisational success, says JLL’s Ruth Gellert-Neale.
AI can vary in its impact on different global markets and the IMF has developed an analysis of how different economies can cope with this technology.
The United Nations has warned that the rising global unemployment rate is exacerbated by ramifications from the pandemic, global crisis and other factors.
Organisations should look into hiring employees who have demonstrated the desire to keep learning and wanting to grow into their careers through time.
Besides the implementation of AI, organisations are also challenged with how best to develop and repurpose talent in 2024.
HR leaders must address shifting dynamics such as technology advances and workforce tensions in 2024, says new research from Gartner.