It is a question that HR leaders need to answer before employees push back.
Current HR practices and policies may be making hybrid working a nightmare. It is time for HR leaders to recalibrate.
New Gartner survey shows that only 12% of HR leaders think their organizations have been effective at increasing diversity representation.
How videoconferencing and audio-tech has transformed the workplace, and the implications it has for HR and operational executives.
Facts and figures show that women leaders have a better handle of the COVID-19 situation, while technology — surprisingly — only makes the gender inequality worse.
New Chubb insurance extends business support for employees in WFH.
We look at five trends that will shape the future of workplace design that can the way we work and create business models.
Business as usual has literally left the building. Now, it’s time to lay the groundwork for a new, more progressive workplace.
How to not make your workplace the next pandemic center.
The increased focus on employing casual workers means that HR leaders need to rewire their workplace for their specific needs.
As COVID-19 resets workforce assumptions, such as the rise in remote work, look to capture competitive advantage from new talent scenarios.
Is it time for Hong Kong companies to encourage entrepreneurism withing their employee base?
Deploying e-learning for all employees has become more important after the pandemic. Learn how Kaplan did it.
When the going gets tough, it is the ability to own and recover from failures that counts. Not resumes filled with past successes.
For the many employees still working on-site during COVID-19, the HR priority is their physical and mental safety and well-being. Even small things can improve employee experience.
The new trend of hybrid working higlights a shift in employee motivations, from a sense of "place" to "purpose."
As COVID-19 drives unprecedented business transformation, focus on acquiring the critical skills needed to drive competitive advantage, not on filling key roles.
It all comes back to whether you have the right privacy framework.
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.
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.
The SaaS player is helping HR teams to keep in touch with their employees.
As the pandemic resets major work trends, HR leaders need to rethink workforce and employee planning, management, performance and experience strategies.