Innovation and technological advancements transformed the entire employee lifecycle and helped employees to weather the challenges of COVID-19.
The pandemic changed the way employers and employees work together. Gartner says how.
A new Microsoft-IDC study highlights how Hong Kong companies are looking to “embed” innovation into their company culture.
But will the special relationship last beyond the pandemic?
Worries about employability and a drive to switch industries are keeping SG workers online to learn.
New mobile-based, cloud-driven Liberty Corporate tracks exposure in real-time.
Forrester looks at three functionality segments to help companies figure out how they can support employee mental health.
One-fifth of Hong Kong employees admit going to work with mental health problems, making presenteeism a rising concern for HR leaders.
But will legislators and politicians muck it up as employee and employer groups battle each other?
Leveraging the "Neural Networks of Learning" will shape how organizations can succeed in a constantly-shifting world.
AI tools are going beyond hiring yields; new advancements are making it easy to coach candidates to identify their best roles in a company.
The increased focus on employing casual workers means that HR leaders need to rewire their workplace for their specific needs.
HR leaders and security teams need to work together to build a security-driven culture if they want to continue remote working and become agile.
Old ways of predicting skill needs aren’t working. HR leaders need a dynamic skills strategy that enables employees to learn and apply desirable new skills quickly and effectively.
COVID-19 offers an opportunity for HR teams to drive automation for workforce efficiency.
Many see AI as part of the future working environment. But re-skilling employees for AI needs a more concerted effort by governments and companies.
Results from a recent Aon survey show that COVID-19 is changing employer-employee relationships in Singapore.
Tough times call for new traits in leaders including accountability, empathy, and having a future vision.
A new survey highlighted how much the job market has shifted since the start of the pandemic, and why it may be time to switch jobs.
Academic training only a starting point, business leaders must equip themselves with core competencies to brave industry transformation.
The pandemic and travelers’ expectations around it will drive APAC firms to look beyond low travel costs to protect employees better.
DX success may well depend on how well EX initiatives are rolled out. And for that to happen, HR needs to get involved and drive the agenda.
Current HR practices and policies may be making hybrid working a nightmare. It is time for HR leaders to recalibrate.
It’s especially important to take a pulse of employee engagement during times of disruption. If you survey employees, here are nine key questions to ask.
As the pandemic resets major work trends, HR leaders need to rethink workforce and employee planning, management, performance and experience strategies.