HRM Asia delves into key trends and priorities shaping workforce management in 2024 with insights from industry leaders.
Gartner cautions against hasty office returns, stressing the need for purpose and transparency to impact productivity and retention.
By taking thoughtful, timely actions, leaders can turn transformation setbacks into opportunities for growth and success.
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.
CHRO Malaysia will provide HR leaders with an opportunity to learn and develop effective people and organisational strategies for 2024.
Taiwan’s number of jobs available has risen to 1.04 million this month, with an online job employment platform attributing this to the declining population.
Some of Asia’s best HR and HR tech solution providers were recognised at this year’s HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards.
Over 9.3 million South Koreans aged 55 to 79 are defying retirement, with the highest labour force participation since 2005.
Dubbed “The Gift”, this initiative aims to revolutionise work practices, boost productivity, and prioritise employee wellbeing.
Asia’s largest HR and work tech conference examined post-pandemic workforce challenges and offered key insights for HR leaders to grow their organisation.
You can still register for the highly anticipated HR Tech Fest Connect 2023, which is taking place on Wednesday, September 2023!
A growing ageing population and labour shortage has fuelled more discussion over the possibility of raising the retirement age beyond 55.
Resilience Institute SEA’s Manish Arneja will be at HR Tech Fest Connect 2023 to offer perspectives on battling burnout and building a resilient workforce.
Katerina Hanna, VP, Customer Success APJ, Ceridian, explains why creating meaningful moments of social connection remains a priority for people leaders.
The CEO of Gurner Group made controversial claims that for productivity to increase in Australia, half the working population should be made redundant.
Employee engagement thrives when organisational vision aligns with daily activities, but a disconnect reveals opportunities for improvement.
The country’s gig economy faces a seismic shift as new legislation could reshape conditions and rights for “employee-like workers”.
Dr. Cecelia Herbert, Principal XM Catalyst, XM Institute, Qualtrics, highlights how HR leaders can elevate the strategic impact of their EX efforts.
Rob Squires, VP, Regional Head of Asia and Japan, Ceridian, discusses the gig economy’s impact on workforce approaches.
Dr Tanvi Gautam delves into the impact of generative AI on work, emphasising empathy, collaboration, and culture for a transformed workplace.
Wages rose from January to June earlier this year, but also saw a drop in earnings for the first time in seven years.
With immediate effect, employees of Zoom need to be in the office at least two times a week as part of a new hybrid work policy.
Before implementing a four-day workweek, organisations need to better understand their workforce needs and what employees want.
The introduction of a 4.5-day workweek is aimed at making employees more refreshed and fulfilled to meet the demands of their work, says the PR firm.
Generative AI and human adaptability must work together to make sustainable progress, writes Jason Averbook.
As the workforce continues to age, organisations need to offer more than just compensation to attract and retain older employees.
Joanne Flinn, Chairwoman of the ESG Institute, discusses how CHROs can play a practical and strategic role in driving sustainability.
Employers are urged to review workplace policies and consider accommodation and alternative arrangements to ensure compliance.
Organisations can drive future growth by identifying trends and opportunities, says HR Tech Fest Connect 2023 speaker Go Ashokh Menon.
More must be done to help employees who may be adversely impacted as the use of AI in the workplace increases, says the OECD.