Cultivating a sustainability culture and offering upskilling opportunities can encourage employees from all job roles to drive sustainability initiatives.
The HR profession in Australia is also shifting towards an advisory role, with line managers assuming traditional HR responsibilities.
Anjali Byce, Chief Human Resource Officer at STL, highlights some key measures HR leaders can take to attract and retain the best talent.
Organisations are providing learning opportunities and offering flexible work arrangements to keep their best employees.
Kawal Preet, President, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa region, FedEx Express, calls for gender equity and equal opportunities for all in the workplace.
General Motors is automating interview scheduling with Paradox’s conversational AI assistant, resulting in a more efficient and positive candidate experience.
Taking a skills-based approach to investing in the future of employees is the best enabler to future-proof an organisation, says Anne Fulton.
One of the best ways to retain talent is to align DE&I with employee experience, says Sony Music Entertainment's Wendy Weehuizen.
2023 is likely to remain a jobseekers’ market in South-East Asia and Hong Kong, with employees confident of finding alternative employment.
Dr Virgel C. Binghay, Co-Founding Member, AHDO Philippines, highlights how human development can be improved across organisations.
Singapore is considering initiatives and schemes that will provide wide-ranging support and opportunities for employees in the country.
Rachele Focardi, Founder of XYZ@Work, shares how organisations can build the workforce of the future through Next Generation Mobility.
Rising responsibilities and worries about increased workloads are deterring employees in Japan, particularly women, from seeking management roles.
Gavin Morse, Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp, shares how organisations can elevate employee experience to retain their best talent.
HR leaders are prioritising outcomes, growth and optimisation, focusing on skills management, learning platforms and talent marketplaces in 2023.
Josh Bersin highlights how organisations can embrace new approaches to L&D closely aligned with business and employee needs.
Ceridian's Rob Squires explains why organisations need a culture of change-readiness that is flexible enough to handle a variety of disruptions.
By creating age-inclusive work environments that supports training, organisations can retain more retirement-age employees.
Increasing paternity leave and establishing a new entity to support employee training are among the measures announced in Singapore’s Budget 2023.
While acknowledging its importance, cost and knowledge gaps are some reasons why employees and job skills have not engaged in skills training.
In response to workplace changes, the government is continuing to work with various stakeholders to find ways to improve employee resilience.
The National Australia Bank (NAB) has launched an in-house version of She Builds CloudUp programme to boost gender diversity in tech.
When voicing their opinions in the workplace, employees should consider if they are speaking with the most appropriate person.
Through advocacy in government-linked and private firms, Malaysia wants to achieve the goal of 30% female representation in key decision-making roles.
The Women of Colour Executive Leadership Programme is launched to help diverse women advance their careers.
More firms in Japan are allowing their employees to take on second jobs to foster skills development and gain opportunities for career advancement.
Kath Greenhough, APAC VP, Skillsoft, identifies the key strategies that can address the learning needs and styles of employees.
Juliana Tan, Human Resource Director, UNIQLO Singapore, shares the clothing apparel company’s strategies for creating a fulfilling work environment.
Josh Bersin provides his outlook on the areas in the HR technology market that will have the most growth potential in 2023.
Nathalie Huynh, Country HR Director, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Schneider Electric, highlights why organisations should prioritise sustainability in 2023.