Gartner says we need to get dynamic about skills training or face a workforce with useless skills.
One HR company is betting that COVID-19 will change how we employ talent forever.
Technology is ready, but the internal comms and HR teams need to decide how they will work together.
Employee engagement improves customer experiences but requires leadership and the right corporate culture.
The solution played a critical role in India’s fight against the pandemic by maintaining power generation and distribution to organizations on the frontlines.
Individual offerings from Microsoft and HKBN JOS aim to meet rising employee experience demand from different perspectives.
The organization is using PageUp to modernize and offer an end-to-end talent management capability.
How technology will help to shape the future of work in 2021 and beyond.
HR leaders can leverage the insights of this Gartner Hype Cycle to identify the innovations that will help transform their HCM technology investments.
Yes, there is a direct link between CX and EX.
The pandemic has highlighted vital HR issues, from a lack of support for remote working to mental health oversight challenges. But it also offered HR leaders the chance to shape the response.
As HR rethinks the current HR operating model to be more agile, these three steps will help to define strategy and outcomes and ease execution.
The pandemic changed the way employers and employees work together. Gartner says how.
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.
Hybrid workforce models can increase agility and resilience, drive competitive differentiation and save money. Talent analytics help HR leaders to capture these opportunities.
The pandemic and travelers’ expectations around it will drive APAC firms to look beyond low travel costs to protect employees better.