HR Tech Asia Online 2021 drew to a successful conclusion with a closer look at the future of work in South-East Asia.
Day 2 of HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021 provided key insights into workforce issues such as employee experience, leadership, and hybrid work.
Day 1 of HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021 highlighted how HR leaders can help their organisations prepare themselves for the future.
Day 2 of HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021 will provide key insights into workforce issues such as leadership and hybrid workforces.
Taking place from September 21-23, HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021 will provide new ideas and key insights to build HR’s roadmap for 2022.
The proportion of Australians working from home had increased from 8% to 40% over the past two year, according to an official review.
The implementation rate of remote work in large companies shows a trend of being about twice that of SMEs during the pandemic.
As part of HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021, the ASEAN Future of Work conference track will examine how to create a more inclusive workforce in the region.
Research from Sapient Insights Group highlights emerging trends on HR and workforce planning technology.
With the emergence of the hybrid workforce, organisations have more questions to answer than ever before when it comes to talent management
A survey found that over 43% of companies did not see their level of productivity affected by remote work.
Chartered accountants in the country are calling for tax laws to be passed as working from home becomes the new norm.
ADP discusses how HR can take the lead in designing a new world of work with a multigenerational workforce.
A survey revealed that many companies found a lack of communication among employees a barrier to remote work, among other challenges.
Last week, Japan extended its state of emergency in Tokyo and other regions, and announced new measures that covered seven more prefectures.
Lars Schmidt, a keynote speaker at HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021, examines how HR is being redefined.
Peter Cappelli highlights why organisations need to invest more time into thinking through their work-from-home policies.
HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2021 will highlight how organisations need to rethink talent management strategies as the workplace continues to evolve.
As Singapore prepares to reopen its economy, businesses must play their part to facilitate this process, says Minister Gan Kim Yong.
Only a minority support the views that people would miss their co-workers, be less productive and become burned out by flexible working.
Major employer groups have called for revived powers to reduce workers’ hours, stand staff down and direct people to take annual leave.
The proportion of people working completely remotely in a recent week in July stood at 11.6%, down from 18.5% in April.
A group of businessmen has urged the Inter-Agency Task Force to permit employees to go back to their workplaces once 80% of workers are vaccinated.
Raghav Gupta, Managing Director, India & APAC, Coursera, highlights new developments that will shape learning in the post-COVID era.
US-based Futurist and Technology Commentator John Sumser poses the key questions organisations should ask as they rebuild from the pandemic.
Despite the easing of social restrictions in Singapore, companies should continue to ensure their employees work from home, whenever possible.
Government workers who work from home due to the pandemic can claim for internet expenses of P75-300 (US$1.5-6.1) per month.
This month’s People at Work 2021 focus is on Gen Z employees starting careers during one of the most disruptive events to hit in the modern workplace.
With forward-looking initiatives that are focused on flexibility and adaptability, the life insurer is forging the way in building a future-ready workforce.
The government’s guidelines stipulate that only 60% of employees in selected sectors can report to the office.