Tan Tock Seng Hospital's David Hendrick shares with HRM Asia how workforces can be futureproofed through sustainable learning.
Josh Bersin explains why the pandemic and its aftermath have highlighted the need for leaders who are empathetic, inclusive and highly flexible.
Focusing on providing an environment where employees are supported to digitally thrive influences a more positive workplace culture.
At HR Tech Connect 2021, HR visionaries and experts like Anita Lettink and Josh Bersin will address the key priorities facing HR leaders in 2021.
More women were appointed to the boards of statutory boards, companies and Institutions of Public Character (IPCs) in 2020.
Among the 9,500 trainees placed across 2,500 firms, four in five are recent graduates, while the remaining are mid-career jobseekers.
CHROs need to provide staff with innovative digital tools for better cross-functional and cross-border peer-to-peer collaboration.
Despite challenges posed by the pandemic last year, start-ups in the country attracted S$5.5 billion (US$4 billion) in funding.
Kellogg picked the Achievers Employee Success Platform to redefine their recognition and rewards programme goals.
Day 2 of Learning Technologies Asia 2021 saw leading companies share key insights on creating successful L&D strategies.
Day 1 of Learning Technologies Asia 2021 highlighted issues such as reskilling and upskilling, as well as how organisations need to rethink employee engagement.
A recent webinar by Workday highlighted how a skilled and engaged workforce is key to building an agile organisation.
A new survey by the OECD recommends that the country step up its vocational education and adult training, with a focus on digital skills.
The development model that worked in the past for Malaysia is no longer enough for it to navigate to the next stage of its development, it added.
Brent Colescott, Senior Director, Global Business Strategy & Transformation, SumTotal Systems, explains why the pandemic may have brought about the path to organisations’ true learning destiny.
Learning Technologies Asia 2021 will examine how organisations can develop their learning strategies to stay ahead, innovate and grow.
Diversity is key to address the challenges facing the semiconductor industry, the inaugural Semiconductor Women’s Forum highlighted.
This help included outreach activities, expanding career conversion programmes, and introducing job transformation programmes.
A look at HR since businesses sent millions of workers home with little more than a good-luck wave and a laptop.
Entrepreneur development and cooperatives minister has said SMEs must ready themselves with digital technology.
Aek Ussivakul , Senior Vice-President, Learning Platform and Data, Siam Commercial Bank, predicts how the future of learning might look like.
All Malaysians should seize the opportunities made available under the Malaysia Digital Economy Blueprint, says Malaysian minister.
Businesses should speed up on training programmes for skills development for their workers as companies have turned to automation and AI, Pichayanan said.
Ajay Sridharan, VP of Sales, India/South East Asia & Middle East, Degreed, provides insights on how organisations can support employee upskilling.
Singapore's priority is to build upon the skills and experience that workers have accumulated, while breaking down barriers to new jobs.
Rhys Hughes, Regional Vice-President of Sumtotal, highlights why organisations should empower their employees to thrive during uncertainty.
In its four-year plan, Taiwan's National Development Council (NDC) will focus on cultivating a digital talent pool, among other goals.
Investing in local talent and equipping them with skills relevant to a changing economy will help workers thrive and address the tech skills shortage.
Rosie Cairnes, Regional Vice-President, Skillsoft Asia Pacific, details how organisations can drive learner engagement during uncertainty.