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.
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.
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.
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.
The SaaS player is helping HR teams to keep in touch with their employees.
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.