More employees are discussing what affects them at work, and the biggest detriment to working relationships between colleagues? Toxic positivity.
The Australian government is exploring trials to implement the four-day workweek for civil servants, with a reduction model in the works for the trials.
The biggest obstacle that talented and successful employees often face that can make them unable to see their own successes? Imposter Syndrome.
Employees can rest easier: AI's impact on the jobscape will not affect job availability for aspiring applicants up to 2026
Inclusive leadership, and the way organisations perceive it, must change in order to develop the best of the workforce.
Employees need to re-evaluate how they develop emotional intelligence and process their feelings to be effective at work.
In the second of a 2-part article, Workforce Singapore’s Julia Ng delves into job redesign and talent strategies in Singapore’s workforce.
The evolving work landscape, technology, and organisational culture were key topics HR leaders discussed at CHRO Singapore.
In the first of a 2-part article, Workforce Singapore’s Julia Ng discusses talent challenges and strategies for workforce transformation.
The Self-employed Workers (TKM) programme fosters entrepreneurship, empowering informal employees to create avenues for success.
Systemic HR is here, and it is indispensable for the new reality of work, write leaders from The Josh Bersin Company.
Opening tomorrow, CHRO Singapore will equip HR leaders with transformative strategies and tech insights to navigate 2024.
Thriving organisations embrace continuous learning and improvement through a culture of free-flowing employee feedback.
Atlas Consolidated’s Tanisha Kochhar talks about the importance of creating a benefits package driven by a compelling employee value proposition.
The number of job vacancies available in Malaysia rose above the number from earlier this year to record heights in the second quarter of 2023.
Workforce Singapore's Gillian Woo highlights job-redesign, including leveraging automation and the human touch in redesigning work.
As organisations continue to develop key strategies for 2024, a focus on their employees is unlikely to be far from the minds of many HR leaders.
Gen Z women are a great asset to any team, and employers and managers need to know how to reach out and manage employees in this demographic.
Experience workforce transformation on 7 December 2023 at CHRO Singapore, where industry leaders will shape the future of HR.
The Career Pathways Pilot challenges misconceptions, emphasising the untapped potential of individuals with disabilities.
Is HR undergoing a paradigm shift? Dr Bob Aubrey, AHDO, believes organisations can find out with a new tool – ChatGPT.
CHRO Malaysia will provide HR leaders with an opportunity to learn and develop effective people and organisational strategies for 2024.
Skills such as client communication, qualitative analysis, and software design are expected to be in high demand in the next two years.
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.
Thomas Mathew, Group CEO of Talent Corporation Malaysia, highlights the initiatives that are addressing Malaysia's talent challenges.
Ceridian’s Rob Squires discusses the importance of addressing skills mismatches through technology and talent development.
Jacklyn Tan, Regional Director of Employee Benefits, Asia, Howden, shares how a well-strategised benefits package can boost employment rate and retention.
Discover HR transformation at CHRO Singapore, where leaders will delve into the future of work, innovation, and inclusive cultures.
CHRO Malaysia brings over 150 HR leaders together to explore “HR 2024 and Beyond”, unlocking human development secrets and shaping the future of work.