Employers who provide the right value proposition to Gen Z employees are more likely to be able to retain them in their first job for more than two years.
Managers should implement individualised consideration to meet the divergent needs of employees, says new research from MIT.
Those who are curious about how the world works and their role in it are likely to innovate at the workplace, said CEO Adam Selipsky.
To allow employees to thrive in a hybrid environment, organisations should design work models around the needs of their workforce.
HRM Asia's CHRO Series Malaysia 2022 took a deep dive into topics such as employee wellbeing, HR transformation, and workforce optimisation.
Talent acquisition and retention is also one of the biggest challenges faced by SMEs around the world, reported the World Economic Forum.
Organised by HRM Asia, CHRO Series Malaysia will address how CHROs can navigate their organisations through the challenges in a post-pandemic era.
Introducing hybrid work policies and increasing investment in the upskilling of employees are some of the key strategies to retain talent in the new year.
With people key for organisational success, attracting and retaining the best talent is on the agenda of every HR and business leader heading into 2023.
Attracting, managing, and retaining talent was a key discussion point at HRM Asia’s CHRO Series Singapore 2022, which took place on December 1.
Dr C J Meadows explains why adopting a Design Thinking approach can help organisations create a great employee experience.
Mallory Loone, Co-Founder of Work Inspires, provides tips on how organisations can redesign the right employee experiences for their employees.
Taking place on December 1, the CHRO Series Singapore will discuss topics such as building a talent management strategy that embraces innovation.
Nick Goldberg, CEO of EZRA, suggests that the future of L&D is coaching, which is a more effective tool that training, mentoring, or consulting.
Workforce optimisation is a critical lever in driving business continuity and profitability through any type of change, highlights Workday's Pannie Sia.
Companies operating in the Asia-Pacific region recognise that they need to improve their employee benefits strategy to hire and retain top talent.
By developing creative employees, organisations can help boost business productivity in more conventional roles like accounting and data analytics.
Ways to foster attractive workplaces include leveraging flexible work options to provide employees with more autonomy.
A change-ready culture driven by the behaviours and performance of leaders is pivotal to manage disruption and prepare employees for change.
One in three employees in Japan currently have a side job or have had one in the past, as employers are encouraged to support this practice.
In contrast, over 20% of leaders in the Philippines, India, Sri Lanka and Malaysia expect employees to be working in the office all the time.
Josh Bersin describes the seven key principals that can help organisations create successful business strategies.
Taking place from 10-11 May 2023, HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 will discuss the most pertinent workplace issues facing organisations in Asia.
Adapting business models to a digitally transformed society is imperative for organisations, especially in the employment and labour sectors.
While compensation is still important for employees, work flexibility and career development opportunities are increasingly being prioritised.
Compared to their younger counterparts, employees aged 50 and above are more likely to put in extra effort at work beyond regular hours.
A projected salary increase of 4.5% across all industries can be expected for the next two years as companies offer higher wages to attract talent.
Employers are also urged to set clearer policies on flexible work to develop more comprehensive workforce strategies.
Nearly one in four HR leaders expect to maintain a 90-100% remote workforce, while half expect to maintain a remote workforce of 50% or more.
Tony Tran, Lead People Scientist, Culture Amp, explains why effective performance management can help create happy and productive employees.