From inclusiveness to office parties, we look at the various people management issues that Christmas can bring up - and how HR can deal with them.
This year has seen CEOs of various organisations, from around the world, come under the spotlight for various reasons. We round up some of the biggest stories.
In the second installment of our 2018 roundup series, we recap the most interesting HR policies and initiatives from around the region.
In the first installment of our 2018 roundup series, we take a quick look back at the various employer rankings that have been popular with readers.
Cybersecurity is an issue facing all organisations trying to keep up with the digital age, but there is a shortage of skilled talent to address this need.
According to Mastercard's head of HR for Asia-Pacific, the company wants to help employees to be at their best both on and off the job.
Using technology to impact society is a team effort at Bosch, where each employee is a key part of the company’s transformation journey.
Talent management software is a complex ecosystem, as delegates to this cluster of the HR Tech Think Tank discovered.
Michael Byrne, Managing Director of logistics giant the Toll Group, talks about how disruption is impacting the human capital needs of the industry.
Most Filipino workers are considering change of careers and industries to gain better job prospects and financial stability.
Ordinary South Korean employees are finding it difficult to climb the corporate ladder and reach senior management positions.
The move from Bangkok accompanies the energy giant's plans to double its Asia-Pacific workforce over the next 10 years.
At its new factory in Shanghai, China, ABB will have robots and humans collaborating to make more robots.
A new report reveals remote work has made significant progress across the globe and has positive impact on employee satisfaction.
With its extreme highs and lows, international football has plenty of teambuilding lessons to offer leaders and organisations.
BIPO Service clinched its second Readers’ Choice Award in 2018 through its popular HR Management System solution.
Southeast Asia is facing a massive talent crunch amidst growing investments in the region, according to recruitment experts.
Employees will now have the opportunity to retire only when they feel ready to do so, keeping their salary and benefits intact until then.
As Puneet Swani writes, companies are now challenged with defining their workforce for the future, even as they grapple with transformation.
Asia's shortage is attributed to the region's growing economies and the enactment of new cybersecurity and data privacy legislation.
A new study has found that most HR leaders in the region are hesitant to say that their organisations are future-ready.
There will be a focus on improving labour efficiency and productivity, enhancing access to quality education and training.
Companies must work with in partnership with governments and workers to ensure that transformation leaves no man behind.
The International Transport Workers' Federation and the Ong Teng Cheong Labour Leadership Institute are teaming up to prepare for transformation.
Taiwan solar firms are seeking to survive the industry downturn by cutting jobs as part of efforts to streamline production.
Juliana Ang, Chief HR Officer at NTUC Income, talks about how transformation is really about shaping culture and mindsets.
Even as Industry 4.0 transforms the way we work, how can Malaysian organisations best position themselves?
Study shows that more still needs to be done to address the gap in effectively turning data into useable information.
As AI and automation take root, a new and invaluable workplace currency has emerged – the emotional economy.
Regional talent assessment consultancy Talent Plus was honoured for its corporate-level leadership programme in the Readers’ Choice Awards.