HRM Asia’s top stories for February, 2019

It's been an intriguing, and content-rich start to the New Year at Check out what's been catching readers' attention so far.
By: | March 1, 2019

It’s been an intriguing, and content-rich start to the New Year at Check out what has caught readers’ attention over February,  with the view of sustainability at 3M, an abusive job interview-gone-viral, and strategies to prevent the annual “angpao exodus” all making our monthly Top Five.

5. Kimberly-Clark’s Asia-Pacific president on employee empowerment

Achal Agarwa explains how the consumer goods manufacturing is embracing the trends, challenges, and opportunities that are presenting with the millennial workforce.

4. Developing talent at Amgen Singapore Manufacturing

HRM Asia speaks with Foo Wah Teng, HR Director for Amgen Singapore Manufacturing, on the company’s people challenges and talent development strategies.

3. How employers can avoid the ‘angpao exodus’

Employees often choose to leave after receiving bonus pay outs. But is this a reflective of problem with the employees – or with the organisation?

2. ‘Brutal’ job interview experience triggers global anger

A UK company has drawn widespread condemnation for a job interview process that included personal attacks and over-the-top intimidation.

1.   How 3M’s sustainability culture attracts talent

3M’s Chief Sustainability Officer works closely with its HR team, in a direct nod to the value that sustainability and bigger picture causes have on the manufacturer’s employer brand.