Studies show that gender equality drives innovation, yet companies are not listening.
New platform to score individuals and companies based on various data.
Understanding the four phases of digital HR.
‘X’ stands for employee experience and highlights how HR is evolving.
How artificial intelligence, smart workspaces and talent markets will boost employee digital dexterity in future digital workplaces.
Allowing internal teams to determine digital performance monitoring strategies has left a mess of tools; time to clean up.
Medium-sized companies seem to understand the value of strong workplace technologies.
Focus on culture fit and open workplace design may be at fault.
The potential to do so is there. It is now up to the companies.
XR may be ready for your employees even though it may not be mainstream worthy.
The latest Global Talent Monitor shows discretionary effort and intent to stay increased in 4Q18 – the only time in 2018.
Use of Talkpush platform to improve candidate engagement.
It is a good time for skilled Indonesians to return and find lucrative jobs at home.
Research shows that APAC workers are willing to walk away from jobs with rigid working arrangements.
Recurring themes are on the radar for HR leaders in 2019, including #MeToo, issues around pay equity and workforce tech.
The future workforce is going to be a lot more productive with AI around – if we can get past our fears.
Time for HR teams to take those Chinese walls down.
ASEAN companies need to make bold decisions to balance automation in the workplace as they race to drive up productivity, or they risk significant workforce challenges in the near future.
More companies now use employee engagement data beyond large-scale surveys to garner a more holistic ‘voice of the employee,’ but surveys still play a role.
New research sets the case for Connected Planning.
Business leaders must transform their employees’ day-to-day experiences to create a truly digital workplace.
Lessons from a data literacy project for a U.S.-based health insurance company.
Machine learning can tone down the creepiness for HR teams.
New partnerships are helping HR managers to identify the right talents without bias.
Eliminating bias during hiring using AI is a booming industry in Australia.