Companies are looking at creative ways to handle new challenges while moving away from the traditional idea of a workplace.
Yet gender bias measures in Australia just show how much we don’t seem to care.
Answers to key HR questions as Hong Kong employees return to work.
How the company’s Asia-Pacific frontline staff faced the pandemic with diligence and ingenuity.
Wait! Before we rush to a new normal, it is time to answer those questions unanswered when WFH was forced upon employees.
HR leaders need to take the lead in assuring their returning co-workers it is safe and helping them to adjust.
TalentNeuron™ expert Scott Engler explains the value of labor market data in managing people-related costs — in all phases of your COVID-19 pandemic response.
As we enter the return-to-workplace phase, an employees’ ability to adjust, adapt and perform in dynamic situations will trump all other skills.
What CHROs need to know when bringing back employees to the workplace.
Trends show that they expect employers to take stronger stands on social and global issues.
COVID-19 showed that corporate culture is not necessarily rooted in fancy office designs, fun gimmicks and freebies.
As companies slash operating costs, recruitment data show they may be positioning strategically for a post-pandemic world.
COVID-19 created job uncertainty; HK job seekers are not taking any chances.
3 ways companies can improve staff care during the COVID-19.
It all comes back to whether you have the right privacy framework.
You can say that digital-native companies were wired for remote working. But two — StashAway and GCash — showed that they still needed to rewire their employee engagement.
You may be encouraging unethical behaviors without knowing it.
The COVID-19 is forcing employers to not assume what their employees need and work with them much closer.
Academic training only a starting point, business leaders must equip themselves with core competencies to brave industry transformation.
The new CHRO will be likely female, not from the company, and leave when the CEO does.
HR leaders struggle to develop high-quality leadership talent, weakening their leadership benches. Watch out for these five succession risks.
Helps CHROs and managers to track employees’ engagement and mental status.
Remote work enables some employees to remain productive during the COVID-19 pandemic, but HR must tackle the issue of paid sick leave — whether employees work from home or not.
A new AI-based platform is showing how CHROs battling COVID-19 can ease hiring pressures in other companies.
Leaders must demonstrate an inclusive-minded culture with their teams to maintain or improve diversity and inclusion during the coronavirus pandemic.