L&D is proving to be a key tool for organisations to attract and retain the best talent in a world of digital transformation.
Nippon Sanso’s Pauline Loo highlights the importance of strategic workforce planning in gaining organisational alignment.
A recent Singapore Institute of Technology workshop highlights what constitutes workplace competence and how critical core skills can be developed.
Singapore's FairPrice Group's priority is to invest in employees, and help them to reach their full potential through various learning approaches.
Ruchira Chaudhary, TrueNorth Consulting’s founder, explains why it is time for organisations to embed and align coaching in their L&D strategy.
For digital transformation to be successful, organisations need to find, develop, and retain the right talent.
The Institute for Human Resource Professionals (IHRP) has developed playbooks to help SMEs in Singapore achieve digital and work transformation.
A new report by Aon provides insights into issues such as human capital risk and employee financial wellbeing.
SIT’s undergraduate degree programmes provide competencies beyond industry-relevant technical skills for students entering the workforce.
Josh Bersin explains why the most important shift to successfully adapt to change is in mindset, and highlights how organisations can gain change agility.
In a new world of work, organisations need to think beyond just monetary rewards if they are to attract and retain the best talent.
The educational programmes are slated to start in fiscal 2022, and are designed to improve the employability of Japanese workers.
The Communication and Informatics Ministry is encouraging regional governments to boost the digital literacy of human resources in their regions.
Whichever stage of the digital transformation journey your organisation is on, progress is expected to accelerate in 2022, writes Laurence Smith.
The IHRP Playbook for Food Services highlights key human capital strategies and solutions adopted by companies in Singapore.
In a new e-book, Culture Amp highlights how the ‘Great Resignation’ is providing opportunities for organisations to rethink their talent strategy
The government is focusing on sector development, identifying skills that are in demand and needed by industries as they adapt to pandemic-driven changes.
Job redesign and employee well-being will be key to retaining employees, says Indranee Rajah, Second Minister for Finance.
Manpower Minister Ida Fauziyah has revealed resolutions to address labour issues, including breakthroughs to restore the national economy.
High-skilled jobs in the country remains at a low proportion, compared to other advanced economies such as Singapore.
To quicken the pace of digital transformation in the country, a digital talent development programme will be continued in the new year.
President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has outlined three main conditions that must be met to bolster the empowerment of Indonesian women.
Dr C J Meadows, Director, The Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center at SP Jain School of Global Management, identifies keys to innovation.
The "priority skills” workers need to have for the next three years are in the key growth areas of the digital, green and care sectors.
The government hopes the tool can help ensure workforce policy and industry-specific workforce plans are data-driven.
IHRP’s “The People Behind People Forum” recognises the contributions of Singapore’s HR community to wellbeing and business continuity.
Inspire-Tech shares how they have benefitted from participating in the Work-Study Degree pathway offered by the Singapore Institute of Technology.
SMEs struggle to create appropriate career development opportunities for their workers, making it hard for them to attract and retain talent.
Gerald Gan, Head of Institute of Business Excellence, NTUC LearningHub, explains why gaining adaptive skills is critical for employees to stay relevant.
Qualtrics highlights the core competencies needed for organisations to grow and improve their EX programmes.