A survey commissioned by the Straits Times highlighted that the majority of Singapore’s workforce do not wish to return to the office.
The company will also be allowing its staff to relocate and take on part-time working hours if approved by their managers.
Why HR’s next steps need to include adopting technology and moving beyond financial survival and workplace safety.
The discussion on Day 3 centered around how organisations can build resiliency and effectiveness.
With a return to a work environment pre-pandemic looking increasingly unlikely, organistions need to start planning for workplaces of the future.
How organisations can successfully navigate a new era of HR and the workplace was one of the most keenly discussed topics on Day 1.
In planning their recovery from the pandemic, what are some of the key characteristics that organisations should be demonstrating?
This is the time for HR to re-imagine what it can be and how it can deliver outsized value even in the face of such radical change.
According to a recent survey done by the company, more than half of its employees want to return to the office, but not everyday.
Apple employees have been working remotely since the start of the pandemic and CEO Tim Cook has been impressed by how they adapted to it.
More micro, small and medium businesses have been forced to temporarily close in the Philippines than any other country in ASEAN.
It is now a matter of ‘be agile or die’ in the post COVID-19 world. How can organisations make sure they adapt to the new normal?
The European chief of the WHO have urged workers to shed their fear of returning to the workplace, saying it is an inevitable development.
Speaking to HRM Asia, Tata Communications’ Andrew Yeong details how the company is approaching the journey to digital transformation.
Even though the video streaming service provider has told its employees to stay at home, Netflix’s CEO clearly does not favour remote working.
From September 1, all sales employees under the group’s companies will work from home permanently.
With workers staying at home because of the pandemic, the financial hit to Sydney’s central business district comes at a cost of AUD$10 billion.
Beginning this September, some Samsung workers based in South Korea will begin to work from home, as part of a pilot programme.
Zoom CEO Eric Yuan believes that the world will see a hybrid working model as solely working from home is unlikely and unsustainable.
As organisations continue to plan their recovery from the pandemic, EX is a top priority.
The speaker, author and professor shares his outlook on the pandemic’s impact on HR Tech. Ulrich will also be a keynote speaker at HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2020.
As South Korea grapples with a second COVID-19 wave, many companies are having to make remote working a priority.
Google Singapore’s Ben King explains to HRM Asia the company’s role in the Skills Ignition SG programme, and how it is helping to reshape L&D needs.
Here are three fresh tips HR leaders can use to better recognise workers’ needs and support them during COVID-19.
Apple, Facebook and others have joined Google in extending fork-from-home policies, and that's good for employee well being.
Siemens' Michael Haberzettl shares with HRM Asia details of the company’s new mobile working model, and how it is reshaping how the company works.
A transforming world of work means that employee communication and engagement are more important than ever for organisations.
Companies operating in Singapore have called on more flexibility to be exercised where work arrangements are concerned.
Fujitsu's Manabu Morikawa tells HRM Asia why the time is right for the company to embrace WFH as the company introduces its "Work Life Shift" policy.
Uber employees can choose to continue working from home through June 2021, even if offices open before then.